Enesco


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Romanian violinist and composer (1881-1955)

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Things Remembered will now be able to offer consumers an even broader range of personalized merchandise thanks to its affiliation with Enesco, which is known for designing and licensing brands, including Department 56, Heartwood Creek by Jim Shore, Disney, and Harry Potter.
Enesco has blamed the "rising cost of manufacturing and materials, as well as the intensive labor required" as the reasons to eliminate this brand.
With its focus on creativity and design, Enesco is a great home for us and our product line.
The recordings of the Enesco and the Liszt Second and Third were made in 1960 and the other four Liszt Rhapsodies in 1963, all with the LSO.
United Media, which has represented the brand for licensing since late 2000, continues in that role, and could pick up rights in categories that previously either fell under Enesco's license or were discouraged by Enesco because the company felt they came too close to the core.
Goebel and Enesco products also came with a coupon that could be redeemed at participating retailers.
Enesco, who was born in 1881 and spent a considerable part of his life in Paris, was not only a composer, but a brilliant violinist, who taught Yehudi Menuhin among a number of great artists.
According to Kevin White, director of sales for the mass market, Enesco wants to get chain drug stores and other mass retailers to see giftware as a "regular, everyday, good profit opportunity" rather than as strictly an in-and-out seasonal business.
(TSX: TOY) has acquired New Jersey, US-based plush toy manufacturer Gund from Illinois, US-based private equity firm Enesco LLC for USD 79.1m, the company said.
GUND, a division of Enesco, LLC, is known worldwide for its top quality, soft and huggable plush designs and gift products.
-- Enesco has acquired Our Name Is Mud, a ceramic giftware maker, as part of its strategy to develop unique and differentiated global brands.
(Reynaldo Hahn was born in Venezuela and Georges Enesco in Romania, but both lived and worked in Paris for the bulk of their adult lives.)
Various top name collectables, including Enesco Pottery, are extremely popular.
Not only is it still the finest "Moldau" I've ever heard, but Smetana's Bartered Bride overture and the Hungarian and Roumanian Rhapsodies by Liszt and Enesco that accompany it are red-blooded, exciting, romantic, and heart-wrenchingly beautiful by turns.
They are part of the Enesco company and have a worldwide reputation for their hand-painted, hand-crafted recreations of popular landmarks and buildings.