Palace Flatware

$16.00 - $85.00
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individual
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Out of stock
Palace 5-Piece Flatware Set
$85.00
Palace Dinner Knife
$20.00
Palace Dinner Fork
$19.00
Palace Salad Fork
$18.00
Palace Table Spoon
$17.00
Out of stock
Palace Tea Spoon
$16.00
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Palace Flatware

Item #: GRP325106
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Item Number
GRP325106
Description
Dinner Fork 8.25"L, Salad Fork 7.75"L, Knife 9.5"L, Table Spoon 7.75"L, Tea Spoon 6.75"L; Stainless Steel
Care Instructions

Each Michael Aram metal object undergoes a series of grinding, buffing, and polishing techniques. Variations or 'imperfections' in the product's finish are characteristic of the creation process. Due to this handmade nature, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.

Stainless Steel

Wash thoroughly prior to use

Promptly rinse your flatware after use

Loosely load your dishwasher so water circulates freely

Avoid contact with other metal objects

Avoid any detergent with lemon or other acidic agents

Remove flatware immediately after dishwasher cycle is complete and hand dry any remaining water on flatware before storing

CA Residents: Prop 65 WARNING(S)

Collection
Palace
Inspiration

The Michael Aram Palace Collection explores, through Michael's eyes, the richness of detail and ornament in palaces throughout the world. As a part-time resident of India since 1989, palace architecture has been a steady source of inspiration and this collection pays tribute to the geometry and complexity of Moghul design. The classically elegant shapes and materials in this collection reflect the arches, finials, carved panels, and ornamentation prevalent in palaces throughout the east.

"I like the old saying that every man's home is his palace. This is a collection that brings the grandness and intricacy of palace architecture into your home, in an elegant yet everyday way. The collection is a journey of sorts into the sophisticated world of regal architecture, yet what I love about it is that there is a surprising simplicity to the geometric forms as well as restraint in the tone-on-tone interplay with light and shadow of the surfaces."

Palace Flatware