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The small but exclusive MÖLLER Edition consists of vases in classic 1930s and 1950s design. They are available in different sizes and have been newly created from original models by the FÜRSTENBERG porcelain specialists. The vases are decorated with a coloured background.
Siegfried Möller is said to have had a restless and industrious nature, perfection being the maxim of his work. He is regarded today as one of the most influential and productive ceramicists of the 20th century. The porcelain manufacturer FÜRSTENBERG has now revived some of Möller’s great designs from the company archives: MÖLLER Edition.
From 1938 to 1958, probably the best known German faience ceramicist of the 20th century designed vases, jugs, boxes and two tableware series with his own decorative elements for FÜRSTENBERG. Over the years, the vases in the MÖLLER Edition have lost none of their elegance and minimalist perfection.
The small but exclusive MÖLLER Edition consists of vases in classic 1930s and 1950s design. They are available in different sizes and have been newly created from original models by the FÜRSTENBERG porcelain specialists. The vases are decorated with a coloured background. The classics come across as modern and fresh in oriental red, blue-lilac, light blue, light red-orange, signal yellow and pearl green. The fashionable colours make the vases and boxes into eye-catching accessories which harmonise with any contemporary environment thanks to their timelessly beautiful contours.
The high quality of the articles is exemplified by the precision with which the decorative elements of MÖLLER Edition are applied. Siegfried Möller himself worked hard on developing this further at the time. The background colours are applied by hand to the individual objects using a special spray technique. The manufacturing processes used are highly complex. It is the rigorous firing process that gives the colours of MÖLLER Edition their particular brilliance.