Seashell glassware from Pickard & Charlotte Moss
PRESS RELEASE – OBAMA WHITE HOUSE CHINA SERVICE
On Monday, April 27th, the official White House china service of President Barack Obama was introduced to the public at a press conference held by The White House curator, Mr. Bill Allman. The Obama Presidential china service was proudly produced by Pickard China.
Several of the pieces within the Obama Presidential china service feature a stunning blue-green color on their decorative rim. The White House noted that First Lady...Read more of post
The New York Times covers the Obama's new state china created by Pickard
Inspiration From Hawaii in the Obamas’ White House China
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS
APRIL 27, 2015
WASHINGTON — Michelle Obama may be the first first lady whose nail polish matched her White House china service.
Mrs. Obama did not appear publicly on Monday when the White House previewed the new state china she has chosen, which will be used on Tuesday at a state dinner honoring Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ...Read more of post
First Lady Michelle Obama reviewing the Obama State China
We're happy to see this write-up in HFN magazine about Pickard new china for the White House:
Pickard Produces New White House Dinnerware
HFN magazine / Posted on April 28, 2015 by Allison Zisko
WASHINGTON-When the president and first lady sit down to dine at the Japan State Dinner tonight, they will be eating off new White House dinnerware designed by Pickard China.
The Obama State China Service is a simple banded pattern whose blue-green rim color, Kailua, was inspired by ...Read more of post
Charlotte Moss has designed this new Motif Collection for Pickard China. Each has a distinct decorative motif for the hostess who needs options. Six motifs in all allow for an elegant mixed motif table or perhaps a table set in one motif. All six motifs are also available in elegant crystal.
New Charlotte Moss tableware on display at the NY showroom. Shown: Motif Collection > Quail Motif. (Shown with Herdmar's Vitral Gold Matte flatware.)
Herdmar flatware on display in the 41 Madison lobby as part of the Martha Stewart Weddings showcase