From the moment we crossed the threshold of this little shop and atelier in Berlin, we were immediately transported into a visual fantasy so whimsical and artful. Passionate about the art of working with clay and incorporating designs and inspiration from their travels, each piece is handmade and unique adding a dose of interest to any space.
Kuhn Keramik is the whimsical ceramic studio by Bernard Kuhn in Berlin, Germany. Established in the 1990's, Kuhn Keramik is famous for their porcelain-ware that ranges from highly functional tableware to conceptual pieces, like oversized teapots and gold-plated bird cages. The Lewis Carroll inspired design is at once subversive and charming-- the Berlin spirit of Kuhn Keramik.
Measures 4.5 inches in diameter. This piece is glazed white with a reproduced historical lithograph of a scene in a noodle house. It can be used as a serving piece or just for decorative flare. Would make a great coaster or dish to place a candle on any surface, or even a spoon rest. Made in Germany. Available in several designs-- please search "Kuhn" for more related products.