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MACKENZIE-CHILDS EXPANDS ENAMEL CATEGORY WITH NEW SIGNATURE ENAMELED FLATWARE COLLECTION


Add Beauty to Your Table-top with The New Courtly Check and Flower Market Signature Enameled Flatware

 

AURORA, NY (May 8, 2015) – Today, MacKenzie-Childs (www.mackenzie-childs.com), the iconic American luxury design company, is unveiling the Courtly Check Flatware collection and the Flower Market Flatware collection, amongst other distinctive, whimsical, and unique items.

“I have a fascination with flatware - from rococo to modernist to camp, I love the endless combination of style, and the utilitarian that can be found,” said Rebecca Proctor, Creative Director of MacKenzie- Childs. "These are things we use every single day, yet how often do we even notice them? It seemed very natural to me to create a line of flatware to complement our tabletop collections. Our new enamel flatware and serving pieces were designed specifically to work with the vibrant Courtly Check and Flower Market dinnerware collections. What's even more fun is that all the pieces can be mixed together to create your own unique table settings.”

The signature-enameled flatware adds vibrant color and texture to any table-top. Items include standard ($150) and serving ($75) fork, knife and spoon sets, a canapé knife set ($38) ranging to iced tea spoons ($50) and an ice cream scooper ($38), perfect for those hot summer days. As well as, all the necessary barware for your summer entertaining needs.

MacKenzie-Childs was born from a love of home and commitment to fresh, innovative design. For more than 25 years, the company’s talented designers and artisans have created beautiful, original products that add joy and grace to homes great and small throughout the world. Colorful, hand-made ceramics, enamelware, glassware, furniture, home accessories, personal accessories, and jewelry define the collection. Handcrafted MacKenzie-Childs products can be purchased from the company retail stores in New York City, Palm Beach, and Aurora; through distinctive fine retailers in the U.S.; and through the MacKenzie-Childs website (mackenzie-childs.com) and direct-to-consumer catalog.

For more information on the new MacKenzie-Childs offerings visit www.MacKenzie-Childs.com

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