Kroehler


Source: (all) The New York Times Advertising Supplement, April 12, 1964

-created by the Kroehler Design Center especially for presentation at the 1964 World's Fair

 THE
   

 Designer's

 

 COLLECTION BY KROEHLER

Bedroom

Living Room

Living Room

Living Room
There are 60 pieces in this new contemporary collection, for living room, dining room and bedroom, and Kroehler has spent two careful years in making each piece a memorable contribution to the world of good fashion in modestly priced furniture.
These new designs are distinguished by the
quiet sophistication of contoured elegance, a new concept in comfort and good fashion. The Designer's Collection will be shown at the Pavilion of American Interiors and will be sold at authorized furniture and department stores throughout the United States and Canada.
 
KROEHLER MFG. CO., GENERAL OFFICES: NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS
IN CANADA: STRATFORD, ONTARIO




Tell City


Source: (all) The New York Times Advertising Supplement, April 12, 1964

OUT OF AMERICA'S
RICH HERITAGE ...
to bring warmth and beauty
to your home...
Tell City display rooms

ON DISPLAY IN WORLD'S FAIR PAVILION OF AMERICAN INTERIORS AND AT YOUR TELL CITY DEALER'S Tell City Logo



International Silver


Source: (all) The New York Times Advertising Supplement, April 12, 1964

Have you ever been to a Moon Room?

Moon Room floating couple

No? Come to our Moon Room. It is beautiful and strange. A moon dining room floating in cosmic space. (So you can see what a sit-down dinner on the moon would be like!) It is the most heavenly part of the International Silverware Exhibit at the World's Fair.

Here by the light of the moon you will see Vision -- sterling flatware ten light years ahead of its time. Find a silver coffee service you'd fly to the moon for. Water pitchers too ethereal for water. Futuristic design far too advanced to go on the market. (Although our culture is going at such a fast clip -- who knows?)

Another thing about our Moon Room. It lets those scientists know no matter what we'll be eating 20 years from today -- even if it's little blue food pills -- dinner will still be served on gleaming silver platters. By candlelight.

A Bridal Exhibit. Ecclesiastical Silver. Outdoor Dining. Hotelware. An infallible machine answers 120 questions on silver. Another helps decide silver patters of the future.

A wall mosaic will amaze you. 10,700 pieces cut from rare metals. A feat that would unnerve a Byzantine master.

And let us hope our hand crafted Chalice of Peace will help carry on the message "Peace Through Understanding" to the world.

Now. All those who don't come to the International Silverware Exhibit at the Fair get coal on their 25th wedding anniversary!

The International Silver Company
Meriden, Connecticut

 

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