The Griswold Symbol is a popular line of cookware fashioned by the renowned industrial designer Peter Muller-Monk, in the year 1964. Muller-Monk was a silversmith by training and was at the helm of one of the top industrial design establishments in the United States. The Griswold-Symbol cookware was designed by Muller-Monk just three years prior to his death.
At the time of the cookware’s release, Muller-Monk’s firm had close to 40 employees. The Griswold company and brand-name was then owned by the large firm Textron, which exists even today. The mid-century modern cookware range is beautiful and brightly coloured. It includes bright orange painted Dutch ovens, saucepans and more.