Espresso, tea, coffee or cappuccino cup - these 4 cups captivate with their straight shape , comfortable round handle and interplay of glazed and unglazed surfaces.
6 different plate sizes, the plate flags in bisquit with a structure , reminiscent of sandy beaches, each plate is unique because the glaze is applied completely by hand and irregular.
here you can create their own plates or bowls in shape and decor, whether colored glazes or bisquit porcelain in white or colored, your creativity is almost limitless, completely hand-turned, each plate is unique, production from 10 pieces.
Multifunktional Hombroich von blohmgumm
8 different sizes of flat plates and 8 different sizes of vessels create a multifunctional tableware system.
Plates can also be used as lids or saucers , vessels range from egg cups to espresso bowls to serving trays.
Avantgarde pur: Para-mi by Metz and Kindler
New recipes, new consistencies, new states of aggregation: Avant-garde cuisine sets trends in gastronomy. Anyone who deals intensively with the quality of products and dishes on a professional level does not want to compromise on aesthetics either. Experimental cooking therefore requires innovative porcelain.
In a highly elegant way, the porcelain Spira underlines the effect of fine food. The distinctive - noble decor with haptics in precious gold, platinum, black or white brings out fine food professionally.
functionality-eggs by Paola Navone
Created for the contemporary everyday life, all parts convince with high functionality, variety in shape and color and individual combinability.
New Baroque – light blue by Paola Navone
Originally an entirely classical form that Reichenbach made famous over many years, New Baroque takes on a very modern twist with its lack of glaze.
An azure glaze breaks the continuity of the surface, the classical decorative elements disappear and only the baroque forms remain, marked by traces of the plaster molds and unglazed surface sections.
COLOUR by Gerd Sommerlade
The collection "COLOUR". Here, the color is dabbed on by hand, making each piece unique. Finally, the decoration is ennobled by an elaborate gold decoration. For the colorful design, Gerd Sommerlade was inspired by classical designs from around 1800. The tableware ensemble gets its modern appeal from the play of shapes without flags.
New Baroque – silver shiny by Paola Navone
This service focuses on the vivid contrast between the velvety rough unglazed body and a rich hand-applied platinum color.
Bold Graphic by Paola Navone
The family of dishes seems to have been assembled by a passionate collector who collects things of the same style, but from different origins. The result resembles a graphic set box, with the help of which new arrangements are always possible.
Blue and white- plates and bowls, four graphic characters and five decorations, simple shapes with floral writings and graphic fragments on them. The glossy bowls with their intense blue complement white plates and their small graphic characters, the series Bold Graphic 18.
5 different oval plates, design by Paola Navone, true hand-flatterers due to unglazed and diamond-cut outer sides and plate edges, available without decoration or dipped in azure solution colors- creating truly unique pieces.
this series design by Paola Navone consists of 2 hexagonal plates and 2 hexagonal bowls, which are multifunctional usable either in complete white or with black angular surfaces, which emphasize the shape even more.
Poetic charm:“Taste!” by Paola Navone
As with her previous Reichenbach designs, Paola Navone has also taken a close look at the historical wealth of forms of the Thuringian manufactory for the new "Taste!" porcelain suitable for gastronomy. Typical design features are broad, graphic-abstract contoured plate flags.