Michael Aram Twist 5-Piece Flatware Set

Michael AramTwist 5-Piece Flatware Set

$110.00

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Michael Aram Fine Porcelain was designed to reflect the way we are entertaining today - incorporating ease and comfort without sacrificing grace and detail. It's about the casualization of formal and the formalization of casual. Constructed of Limoges bodies with exceptionally executed graphic details, the pieces remain sturdy enough to withstand everyday use. Each motif stands on its own but can also be combined with any or all of the texture patterns to create many variations of place settings. All the body shapes are exactly the same, so you can mix the plates any way you want and know they'll always look beautiful. The designs are also carefully managed to integrate perfectly with Michael's existing array of metal, glass, wood and stone serving and decorative objects. The result is an exquisite table every time you use them ... casual when you want to be, more formal when the time is right ... with motifs that go from two-dimensional expressions in the place settings to fully sculptural executions in the center of the table.
Details
  • Handcrafted flatware set.
  • Stainless steel with golden details.
  • Five-piece set includes one each of: salad fork, dinner fork, knife, tablespoon, and teaspoon.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Imported.

About the collection:
The Twist collection is inspired by the idea that the whole can be far greater than the sum of it's parts. When elements are combined, they take on another feeling, a greatness. Together, they are strong, but also I would argue, more beautiful. When lines are repeated, or wires woven, there is a loveliness to the pattern that fascinates and pleases. A symmetry is created that is calming and classical. "I often explore materials and create collections which are craft based. Twist was created while experimenting with intertwining wires. There is a fluidity and movement to the twists that I love. The twisted wires suggest a coming together of things that I find poetic."
Designer
About Michael Aram:
American artist Michael Aram studied art in New York in the late 1980s before traveling to India on an inspirational journey, where he discovered a rich metalworking tradition that inspired his turn toward handcrafted design. Michael Aram established a home and workshop in New Delhi, where he began crafting objects ranging from tableware to furniture, all of which reflect the hand of the artisan. The tension of line, form, and meaning is a distinguishing characteristic of Aram's extraordinary designs, inspiring thoughtful appreciation and bringing a sense of ceremony in their day-to-day use. Each Michael Aram piece is handmade, so no two items are exactly alike.