Since 1984 the company has developed some of the industry’s most recognizable patterns. The back-stamp may say Villeroy & Boch, Macy’s, or Corelle, but often the bestselling pattern was designed by Ink Dish.
In 2008 the design team launched their own brand of dinnerware. The initial pattern: Irezumi, was selected for the ultimate Metropolitan Home Design 100 list. The brand has since been covered widely in a variety of acclaimed publications such as the New York Times, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune and the LA Times just to name a few.
The process of bringing dinnerware from concept, to production, to retailers’ shelves has helped Ink Dish to expand their breadth of knowledge from design and trends to include production, branding, marketing and distribution.
Ink Dish consults on design with the leading brands in the industry and services customers 365 days a year with our secure online portfolio. Design is the most crucial part of tableware, let Ink Dish ensure that you get it right.