Porcelain bowl “Milano”

Porcelain bowl “Milano”

Ø ~ 5,7 inch  hight 3,4 inch

This handmade porcelain bowl is inspired by the german pavillon of the Milan Exhibition from 1926 ,constructed by Otto Bartning. The pavillons dome-shaped roof turned upside down, forms the basic shape for the bowl. The dimond-shaped roof structure is elegantly incorporated as a decor into the surface and gives it its unique design. Every single bowl is a unicum,that varies through slight deviations from every other bowl. They are individually handcrafted in Weimar and are available in two variations.

* Both-sided glazed     * Inside glazed                                                                             42 €