The design classic of the Rosenthal studio-line, with a graphic decor family that is based on the shape and clarifies it. The decor picks up on the theme of structure in interaction with the contrast between matt and glossy surface. An idea that Walter Gropius pursued with his first draft. The sandblasting technique creates a relief on the flat parts, while the etching technique gives hollow parts such as the teapot a velvety, matt surface. Small leaves placed one on top of the other create a platinum-colored mosaic that extends over the entire surface of the plate and only emphasizes the shape as a contour on the edge.
- 12 x dinner plate 28cm
- 12 x deep plate 24cm
- 12x dessert plate 22cm
- 12 x bread plate platine
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