The featured 1960s set of vintage Mid-Century Modern International sterling flatware is in the Vision pattern designed by Ronald Hayes Pearson and patented in 1961. This discontinued pattern has distinctive clean and modern inspired lines. The line is featured in a book titled "Modernism in American Silver". The ad stated that the set "Makes A Modern Home Ultra-modern" and new forms for a "Skyward Age".
The most distinguishing characteristic of each piece is a very simple and innovative handle turned 90 degrees. Of note, the pattern was featured at the International exhibition of the 1964 New York World's Fair in the Moon Dome, place settings for the Moon Room table. This set includes: 56 total pieces. (solid sterling silver cast handles, steel blades).8 butter spreaders, 6 3/4. 8 dinner forks, 7 3/8. 8 salad forks, 6 1/4. 8 ice teaspoons, 7 1/2.
Includes 8 original walnut storage boxes with 5 lids and 8 walnut flatware rests. Total weight: Approximately 2624.8 grams.The item "International Vision Sterling Silver Flatware 7-Pc Setting Service for 8, 56 pcs" is in sale since Thursday, November 14, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.
The seller is "lachambredambre" and is located in Crockett, California. This item can be shipped to United States.