Since 1982, Rosanna’s fresh and affordable tableware has been distributed throughout the world. Their products are sold in the US, Italy, France, and the UK, not to mention a few exotic locales including Abu Dhabi, Japan, Brazil, Israel, and Kuwait. In addition to the design work for the National September 11 Memorial Museum, Rosanna has designed for the Metropolitan Opera, The Frick Collection, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Starbucks—among others. Rosanna has sold to Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Crate & Barrel, Sur La Table, Anthropologie, and the National Gallery of Art. Her dishes can be found in the Galleries Lafayette and Le Bon Marché in France and Selfridge’s, Harrod’s, and even the Buckingham Palace gift shop in England.
Coverage of Rosanna products is widespread. Her tableware has been featured in such magazines as Family Circle, Country Living, Southern Living, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Sunset, Redbook, Cooking Light, People, Brides, Better Homes and Gardens, Bon Appetit, Good Housekeeping, Elle, Elle Décor, Vogue, Real Simple, O Magazine, O at Home, The New York Times, InStyle, House Beautiful, Coastal Living and Tableware Today. Rosanna is the author of “Coming Home: A Seasonal Guide to Creating Family Traditions,” published in 2010 by Stewart, Tabori, and Chang. Rosanna also maintains Rosanna’s Table Talk, the well-loved blog where she chronicles her life and offers advice about how to live well. Rosanna is passionate about helping her community and works with a number of local and national charities throughout the year.