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Reichenbach Colour III Königsblau egg cup
Reichenbach Colour III Königsblau
60 mm [2⅜]
A bit serious and almost in a navy blue suit are the dishes in traditional color combination of Reichenbach: polished gold and china blue. The very even color application and the contrasting appearance together with Color Gold classic look very fancy on the table.
Reichenbach looks back at 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 ...
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The combination with bright
blue tones like Color I Blau gives a moving modern image in casual gaiety. Noble in itself, the set in harmony with the other colors of the series can change its character. The cutlery on this photo is Contour Fleuri by the French manufacturer Jean Philip.
This dinnerware is made in
Germany from hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Colour III Königsblau is finished with a shiny glaze. The decoration is melted in the glazing, has an edge of polished gold and has hand painted edges. 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.
Reichenbach looks back at
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.
Colourful decorations and valuable
precious metal plating made the good reputation over the frontiers in the past.
Today the Thuringian manufacture
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