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The 'Papyrus' series is inspired and designed to give the impression of a bouquet of flowers wrapped in paper.
Recreating this form in bisque-porcelain, these vases and bowls are fun and functional.
Made of porcelain
ABOUT KAISER PORZALLEN
Craftmanship and Tradition ... since more then 140 years
Delicate designs from Kaiser-Porzellan are a special experience for the senses. Each hand-made piece has its own unique personality.
It has always been the aim of Kaiser-Porcelain to provide high-end porcelain to consumers and to businesses, to offer products that stand the test of time, and to satisfy the need for attractive and functional porcelain for the home.
Especially made for those who relish the pleasures of both life... and time.
The tradition of "white gold" in Europe
Porcelain’s origin goes back to a time around 1,100 b.c. in China, with porcelain having its “heyday” during the Ming dynasty, between the 14th and 16th century. It came to Europe during the 13th century, brought by the famed Marco Polo, expedition leader and adventurer.
It was in 1708 when the ingredients for porcelain were "invented" in Europe by Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus. It was his pupil Johann F. Böttger, alchemist at the court of King August the Strong, who actually perfected the formula. Originally he was looking for a way to make gold (to help improve the court’s finances), but he, instead, discovered the secret of porcelain, the "White Gold".
Porcelain production is very much a craft, as it remains today. Artistic taste and hand-craftsmanship influenced the development of the porcelain industry in Europe, as in no other industry. During the second half of the 19th century the industry prospered and by the beginning of 20th century some 60,000 people were employed in porcelain making in Germany.