Well known for its promotion of fashionable ceramics, silverware, and glass by leading international, generally Postmodernist, architectdesigners the New Yorkbased Swid Powell company was founded by Nan Swid and Addie Powell, both of whom had a background in contemporary furniture. They had worked for Knoll International, a firm well known for its production of Modernist classics, Swid as a director of product development, Powell as vicepresident of sales.
Amongst the nine architects involved in preliminary discussions were former Modernist Philip Johnson, Stanley Tigerman, and Richard Meier, all of whom were enthusiastic about designing for a wider public than those able to commission buildings by fashionable designers. In 1984 the first Swid Powell collection of porcelain dinnerware, silverware, and glass was launched, proving highly commercial in designconscious retail outlets. 1 tarnish resistant storage case by Reed & Barton. (case shows some signs of age from 25 years of ownership).Additional pictures and questions upon request. Each piece will be wrapped in cotton and the case will be securely packed. The item "Richard Meier Swid Powell Flatware NEW 12 Place Set 65 Pieces Reed & Barton MINT" is in sale since Friday, July 19, 2019. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Kitchen, Dining & Bar\Flatware, Knives & Cutlery\Complete Flatware Sets".
The seller is "rolamatics" and is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.