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. Their designs are at once subversive and charming-- the Berlin spirit of Kuhn Keramik.
This cheeky piece is glazed in white with the common symbol of a skull and crossbones (representing Death's head) at center in black. It measures approximately 4 inches tall and 5.5 inches wide, including the handle. This is one of many designs from Kuhn, so be sure to search "Kuhn" to see other related products on the site!