A set of vintage Mid-Century Modern International sterling flatware in the pattern Vision designed by Ronald Hayes Pearson patented in 1961. This discontinued pattern features clean, Modernism inspired lines and is featured in the book "Modernism in American Silver", Their Ad Stated "Makes A Modern Home Ultra-Modern" New Forms For A "Skyward Age". All pieces are very innovative with handles turned 90 degrees. Vision Was The Most Radical, Innovative Production Line Sterling Pattern Offered By A Major Manufacturer During The Century.This pattern was also used to set up the Moon Room table in International's exhibition at the 1964 New York Worlds Fair (See Photo). Vision By International sterling silver Flatware set - 52 Pieces. This set includes
12 Knives (solid handles), 8 1/2"
12 Forks, 7 3/8"
12 Salad Forks, 6 1/4"
12 Teaspoons, 6 1/4"
1 Pierced Serving Spoon, 9 1/8"
1 Sugar Spoon, 6 3/8"
1 Salad Serving Set, 2-Pc, (Impressive), 9 1/8"
Includes brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, no monograms. This set will be professionally polished to pristine condition and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping.
- Item Number1489506529ConditionExcellentHave a question?
- BrandInternationalMaterialSterling Silver
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International shipping available.Shipping MethodThis merchandise will be carefully packaged and shipped insured through a delivery service such as FedEx or UPS.
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