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Lotos Light Blue

Product description Nymphenburg owes its Lotos Light blue dinnerware collection to the designer Wolfgang von Wersin. Famous for his...Read More

Product description 

Nymphenburg owes its Lotos Light blue dinnerware collection to the designer Wolfgang von Wersin. Famous for his "new objective" style, he selected a shape which would evoke opening blossoms. He then chose a gentle color plate to be paired with this beautiful thin porcelain. Created at the beginning of the 1930s, this pure and pristine collection makes for a beautiful table setting.


Brand description

Nymphenburg has been handcrafting fine porcelain for over 260 years. The company's story began in Nymphenburg, within the walls of the Wittelsbach family's summer residence. 

Soon after opening the Porzellan Manufaktur successfully started cooperating with famous artists such as Franz Anton Bustelli, Joseph Zächenberger, Barnaby Barford, Hella Jongerius, Reed Kram…To this day, Nymphenburg continues to rely on traditional savoir faire paired with constant creativity and innovation in order to present pioneering hand manufactured porcelain designs.

Product description Nymphenburg owes its Lotos Light blue dinnerware collection to the designer Wolfgang von Wersin. Famous for his "new objective" style, he selected a shape which would evoke opening blossoms. He then chose a gentle color plate to be paired with this beautiful thin porce...Read More

Product description 

Nymphenburg owes its Lotos Light blue dinnerware collection to the designer Wolfgang von Wersin. Famous for his "new objective" style, he selected a shape which would evoke opening blossoms. He then chose a gentle color plate to be paired with this beautiful thin porcelain. Created at the beginning of the 1930s, this pure and pristine collection makes for a beautiful table setting.


Brand description

Nymphenburg has been handcrafting fine porcelain for over 260 years. The company's story began in Nymphenburg, within the walls of the Wittelsbach family's summer residence. 

Soon after opening the Porzellan Manufaktur successfully started cooperating with famous artists such as Franz Anton Bustelli, Joseph Zächenberger, Barnaby Barford, Hella Jongerius, Reed Kram…To this day, Nymphenburg continues to rely on traditional savoir faire paired with constant creativity and innovation in order to present pioneering hand manufactured porcelain designs.

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