mix the colours. Colorful like a bagful of sweets the palette spreads out in intense colours and different shapes which reaches from primrose-yellow to bold blue, from Biedermeier period to Mid-Century. Nevertheless, his alone is not the prominent sign of Colour. Every single part presents itself as a small piece of art made of thin porcelain and decorated in the finest technique. All parts of course are also available in white or complete polished gold.
through the fire. On the burnt china the glaze is applied and burnt once more, then the procedure of the decoration begins: The colours are dabbed on and are provided with a contrasting edge handcrafted . The piece comes once more to the kiln, so the already burnt up glaze softens and the applied colour sinks into the glaze. By this procedure the ready cups and plates also resists in the dishwasher. At the end gold or silver is applied and again is melted on in the oven. After the fire the precious metal is polished by hand and gets his elegant matt brilliance.
Germany from hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Colour I Türkis is finished with a shiny glaze. The decoration is hand painted, is melted in the glazing and has an edge of polished gold. The functional, extraordinary dinnerware meets all the wishes with the extent of his additional parts - from teapot to bowl, from small Bowl EGG'S to vase Kürbis.
a tradition as a porcelain manufacture in which the painting on porcelain is in the foreground.
Already founded in 1830 as a decoration workshop followed later by the construction of own porcelain manufacture.
Till today the arts and crafts sets tone in Reichenbach.
precious metal plating made the good reputation over the frontiers in the past.
has succeeded in introducing the competence of the traditional brand in the today's life style.
Designers like, among the rest, Paola Navone, Gerd Sommerlade and Metz und Kindler could be won, to
© 2006 - 2020 Paul Raackow
Besteckliste Paul Raackow | Richardplatz 7 | D-12055 Berlin | Tel.: +49 (0)30 61 30 99 61 | Fax.: +49 (0)30 61 30 99 62 | Germany
today: July, 3rd 2020 | last update: July, 2nd 2020 | items online 27328