Arzberg Tric Dinner Items

By: Sanjeevkumar

, a German tabletop manufacturer that offers aselection of dinnerware in simple, modern motifs. There are white patterns, aswell as some with color and a selection of holiday plates. The new pattern isdone in red and white and features images of children skating, skiing and Santain his Sleigh. Form 2006, Kyoto, combines oriental and western styles, inspiredby Japanese Kimono motifs. The clear cut, white porcelain is delicate looking,but durable enough to go from oven or microwave to setting a beautiful table.

German designer, Lutz Rabold, developed this eight-piece teaand coffee set in around 1983 for the Bavarian porcelain factory, Arzberg. Thebrightly coloured lids, handles and spouts were designed to contrast the traditionalporcelain forms. Arzberg has made functional, well-designed pieces since 1931.Its wares are characterised by minimal decoration.

The porcelain factory opened in Bavaria, Germany, in 1887 though achieved enormoussuccess in the late 1920s when it formed a partnership with Dr Hermann Gretsch,the organiser of the 1928 Berlin Exhibition of Good Design. In 1931, Arzbergreleased a white porcelain tea set, called the '1382', that Gretsch designed.Considered the finest example of modernist teaware, the 1382 tea set hasremained in production ever since.

Arzberg Pink flower Schumann Bavaria flower pot or porcelainmixing bowl shaped like flower pot. This is splendid bowl with a pink flowerbouquet, and it looks like it is the shape of a large flower pot, but it mightbe a mixing bowl. This bowl has no damage and feels smooth and is shiny. Itdoes not appear to have been used. Please purchase on online

Top Searches on
Kitchen Design
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 
 • 

» More on Kitchen Design
 



Share this article :
Click to see more related articles