Circa 1980s, Silverplate, by Richard Meier for Swid Powell of New York City. In the 1980s, the American homewares company, Swid Powell, commissioned architect Richard Meier to design a line of contemporary silver-plated hollowware. Strongly influenced by Wiener Werkestadt and Dr. Dresser, these pieces are a high point of American 20th-century design. This pair of pitchers combine some of the best elements central to this effort. They are brilliantly chic, perfect for serving or decorating any interior. Finely made in Millan, Italy, they are in very good condition.
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