Nikko Winter Wonderland features a beautiful, folk art tableau of ice skaters on a frozen pond under the light of a crescent moon and a star-filled night sky, surrounded by charming depictions of wintertime houses and trees. Winter Wonderland perfectly complements the accompanying Swirline-Red glassware and Camden flatware. In 1908, Nikko Ceramics was founded in Kanazawa, Japan. The company moved its operation to Hakusan City, Japan in 1961, and founded a subsidiary in the United States in 1968. According to company literature, Nikko creates tableware “with the spirit of craftsmanship and a company culture of high aesthetic sense.” Nikko products have won a worldwide reputation for quality and design that endures today.
Swirline-Red, a bold blown glass pattern produced by Pier 1 Crystal, features a brilliant red stripe that swirls gracefully around the clear bowl, a smooth stem, and a round foot. This is a fun and eye-catching glassware design! The Pier 1 company began with a single store in San Mateo, California in 1962. Pier 1 has carried a wide selection of merchandise through the years, and has grown to be the largest specialty retailer of imported home furnishings and decor with over 1,000 locations.
Wallace Silver’s Camden is a delightful stainless steel flatware pattern featuring a graceful handle design with floral elements and a glossy finish – Camden is an eye-catching pattern! Wallace Silver, established in Connecticut nearly two centuries ago, has long been recognized for excellence in tableware craftsmanship. The founder of the company, Robert Wallace, was born in 1815 into a family of silversmiths who had immigrated to New England from Scotland. Apprenticed to William Mix, a renowned Connecticut spoon maker, Wallace, after mastering his trade, purchased a dilapidated grist mill and began to produce his own silver flatware in 1833. Camden is just one of many examples of Wallace Silver’s high-quality work.
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