Arzberg Form 1382 Black

by : Sanjeevkumar



A lovely example of a Dresden-Garland Pattern porcelain bowl from the Schumann works. It is decorated to the center with hand painted and typical Meissen Dresden floral sprays on white ground and has a delicately pierced gilt border. A Crate and Barrel classic, inspired by the architectural design aesthetic of the Bauhaus movement. Crisp, bright white forms in pure porcelain. Made in Germany by one of the world's premium porcelain manufacturers.

Arzberg TRIC offers just the right cup for every taste. Have fun mixing and matching with TRIC's saucers. TRIC, the award winning design from Micheal Sieger embodies, practicality, style and function. A classic and colorful collection that is fun to mix and match. From bold, energetic to soft subtle colors, or a little of both this line is perfect for any host. From oven to table to refrigerator, Tric's multi-functional pieces makes entertaining a breeze. The Arzberg company, since 1887 has stood for the highest quality in materials and design. Known for their simple, no frills designs, so timeless as to always remain contemprary.

Arzberg Delicate colors serve to emphasize the unique quality of Heike Prechtl's design the broad base, which reveals the natural white of pure porcelain and the exceptional body thickness of this simple design. An unsurpassable culinary delight. Individual items as sculptures - this is how the celebrated and award winning Heinrich Loffelhardt regarded his design. Each individual piece of Form 2000 can stand on its own and justify this claim. Form 2000 inspires the imagination.

Add to your tableware the beautifully, functional serving pieces to complete your look. TRIC, the award winning design from Micheal Sieger embodies, practicality, style and function. A classic and colorful collection that is fun to mix and match from bold, energetic to soft subtle colors, or a little of both this line is perfect for any host. From oven to table to refrigerator, Trics multi-functional pieces makes entertaining a breeze. The company, since 1887 has stood for the highest quality in materials and design. Known for their simple, no frills designs, so timeless as to always remain contemprary.

In 1931, Arzberg Form 1382 set the benchmark for modern tableware. It's now celebrating its 75th Anniversary and its design is unchanged. As with his contemporaries at the Bauhaus, Dr.Ing. Hermann Gretsch relied on form & function to guide his design. His quest was to design a soup tureen that could be emptied with a ladle. The result was this collection which is pure, unadorned and timeless. Please purchase on online