A 36-piece silver plated flatware set in the América pattern includes service for six guests and comes with a 38-piece storage chest. Contains six of each of the following: dinner spoons, dinner forks, dinner knives, dessert forks, dessert knives and coffee/tea spoons. Following World War I, America became synonymous with modernity and the world fell in love with its music, literature, art, lifestyle and architecture. To commemorate the across-the-pond admiration, Christofle named this 1933-launched Art Deco pattern of angular corners, beveled edges and masculine lines after the country. Created in 1933 & presented at the International Exposition of Arts & Techniques in 1937, the angular corners of this model are characteristic of the Art Deco style.