You are here: Home > Rosenthal Studio Line > Giftware > Giftware Porcelain
We found 0 results matching your criteria.

Rosenthal studio-line Porcelain Gifts

Fast

This new unusual collection for the Rosenthal studio-line reflects the original Ming Dynasty vases, frozen in a digital time loop. A mixture of collective memories and futusistic abstraction, it symbolizes the cultural changes that have been triggered by digital technology. The speed of information processing, the rate at which it becomes obsolete and the way it breaks with convention. This is expressed by the metaphorical decorationd on the vase, while sculputured by highly techinical tools, the vase also summarises 500 years of human manufacturing. A fascinating interpretation of social changes during our era and a further excellent design object of the Rosenthal Studio-Line.

Flux

The design icons of today. Vases are shown as sculputres with sensuous components. If they are given as a solo present, they attract all eyes as an exciting deco-idea. If blossoms and flowers are used, they open up completely new dimensions of sensuousness. Creative, unconventional and with intense feeling for floral experiments.

Free Spirit

To mark the 125th anniversairy of Rosenthal AG last year, the Rosenthal studio- line revolutionized the set table with the launch of “Free Spirit” porcelain and glass collection by the British designer Robin Platt. Free Spirit allows any tabletop setting to be created freely and provides numerous ways of combining the various elements included in the collection. The collection brakes through the boundaries of classic services traditions here and leaves no wishes unfulfilled with its extensive range of articles.

Moon

Jasper Morrison is one of the excellent representatives of contemporary purist design. Moon is now already one of the design classics at Rosenthal.

Vibrations

The special structure of the Vibrations vase is emphasised in white, but is also truly spectacular in platinum as a result of the special steaming techinique effects.

Opening

Rosenthal introduced in 2006 Studio-Line vases created by leading designers. “Opening” vase by the designer duo Little Wonder is a classically-shaped vase featuring a neck that resembles shattered egg shells.

Surface

Surface designed by Achim Haigis, stands for shining material that flows through a room.

Taped

Rosenthal introduced in 2006 Studio-Line vases created by leading designers. The bowl-shaped “Taped” vases by Pieke Bergmans are unusually crafted with porcelain bands taped around the form like a plaster cast.

Tectronic Copper

The dishes with the titanium décor on white porcelain in the “Tectonics” series by the British designer Cairn Young seem like small gentle waves shining on the sea. The special shape of the 14 inch dish is created using a lengthy casting process in a mould that has several parts. Only one dish can be made each day because of the long waiting periods involved. The smaller sizes have a hollow moulding procedure to thank for their extravagant shapes.

Vases of Phases

“Vase of Phases” has progressed through several stages of creation on its way to completion. The basis is a feminine shaped vase which enters into an experimental phase when it is shattered, as is the artist’s intention. It then becomes rougher, seductive, sharp and enticing. These changes are visualised on the “shattered” object by smudged cracks and smoothed out folds. The “Vase of Phases” is thus awarded a new type of beauty showing traces of the three phases it has passed through. The “Vase of Phases” is available in black or white.

In the spring of 2005, Rosenthal presented the first “Vases of Phases” collection by Dror Benshetrit, which was soon became successfully established on the market as a sought-after design object. Rosenthal launches a new product in 2007 – the “Vase of Phases platinum matt” with a refined coating. The matt platinum lends the Rosenthal studio-line vases a particularly refined appearance.

Vita

Rosenthal introduced in 2006 Studio-Line vases created by leading designers. The “Vita” grooved vases and bowls by Johan van Loon are crafted in white porcelain and resemble climbing waves on a stormy sea.

Tri Turn Copper

The design icons of today. Vases are shown as sculputres with sensuous components. If they are given as a solo present, they attract all eyes as an exciting deco-idea. If blossoms and flowers are used, they open up completely new dimensions of sensuousness. Creative, unconventional and with intense feeling for floral experiments.