Details of Arzberg Dinnerware

By: Sanjeevkumar

German porcelain factory, Arzberg, manufactured this pair ofcups and saucers in around 1985 as part of its commercial range of contemporaryteaware. The post-modern, transfer-printed patterns contrast the traditionalporcelain forms. Arzberg has made functional, well-designed pieces since 1931.Its wares are characterised by minimal decoration, such as the linear patternson these pieces .

The porcelain factory opened in Bavaria,Germany, in1887 though achieved enormous success in the late 1920s when it formed apartnership with Dr Hermann Gretsch, the organiser of the 1928 BerlinExhibition of Good Design. In 1931, Arzberg released a white porcelain tea set,called the '1382', that Gretsch designed. Considered by some as the finestexample of modernist teaware, the 1382 tea set has remained in production eversince.

Arzberg Porcelain in its purest form. With the clear,classic beauty of modern sculpture. An invitation to rediscover dining culture.Cult is more than just a service, because the table settings need more thanJust cups, plates and dishes. Only the accessories make the staging justperfect.

Arzberg collection designed by Peter Schmidt utilizesdesign, function, and technology to integrate seemingly disparate geometricforms into a cohesive whole, symbolizing harmony and universality. It reflectsthe essential elements of modern constructive design. Rectangular teapot, roundcup, square handle, the pieces highlight basic forms. Meanwhile, themulti-functional square bowls, round plates, and oval platters balance therelationship between form and function. The pieces are stackable, dishwasher,microwave, and oven safe. Please purchase on online

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