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About Fortessa

Leading the way in tableware: that’s the Fortessa mandate. The Fortessa collection of dishes, bone china, knives and 18/10 steel flatware are an outlet for an esthetic that is both timeless and innovative, setting the right mood for your fine dining experiences. Founded in 1993 as the Great American Trading Company, with a focus on quality dinnerware for culinary professionals, the brand expanded its offerings to tableware, flatware, glassware and tabletop accessories, eventually consolidating its offerings under the Fortessa name in 2000. The brand intends to dominate the global tableware industry, and we can’t help but think it should: we particularly love their hefty-yet-elegant flatware, and the trendy Accentz serveware collection, which comes in an unusual array of shapes and sizes to really spice up your next cocktail party.

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Sale Ended February 04, 2014

The Winter Table: Elevated Essentials

Set the table for winter with these essentials — their warm, sophisticated style will make you forget how chilly it is outside.

Sale Ended November 25, 2012

Tabletop Steals Starting at $5

Whether you’re a frequent entertainer or just want the best for your everyday dining routine, don't miss this chance to snag everything you need for your table — from glasses, serveware, and cutlery to elegant linen napkins and tablecloths — at a fraction of the retail cost.

Sale Ended February 13, 2015

The Modern Table

Add a sleek, sophisticated personality to any meal

Sale Ended August 14, 2014

Everyday Elegance: Scandinavian Style

Inspired by minimalistic Scandinavian style — which is marked by clean lines, natural finishes, and a deft combination of elegance and functionality — we’ve picked out a selection of furnishings to help you achieve the look. Re-imagine your home free from fuss and clutter and furnished with sleek designs.

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