In interior design, grey has a permanent place, because the appeal of colour lies in its discreet restraint and thus perfect combinability. Like black and white, décors in grey can be arranged with any other colour. Grey porcelain also lends the table a calm elegance and sovereignty on the laid table, which can be playfully complemented with differently coloured porcelain or simply with colourful flowers. Grey porcelain also harmonises with gold or platinum, bringing modern splendour and timeless luxury to the interior. Due to their versatile colour gradations and the calming effect, grey decorations are ideally suited for creating structures with patterns that will always fascinate you. read more
The decor GRETA of the SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG brand is a grey porcelain which is anything but boring: on closer inspection, filigree lines in delicate grey form fine geometric structures which, when viewed from a distance, condense into apparent surfaces. Circles thus become dots, squares become squares, lines combine to form full-surface forms, as it were, and upon closer inspection dissolve again into the lightness of the delicate contours. A matt polished platinum edge gives the play of forms an elegant frame. The plates, bowls, cups and teapots with their different graphic interpretations of the grey lines can be combined individually. With GRETA, grey porcelain is transformed into modern and refined tableware.
Porzellanmanufaktur FÜRSTENBERG has been working together with Christian and Michael Sieger from SIEGER DESIGN for many years. Under the label SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG they have jointly developed objects and tableware collections - such as the grey porcelain GRETA - that combine the best of both worlds: unique design and perfect craftsmanship. Wafer-thin porcelain, sophisticated forms and decors - SIEGER's designs are implemented in exceptional product quality and finesse in the porcelain manufactory's studios. Founded in 1747, FÜRSTENBERG combines centuries-old craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology to produce the sophisticated collections of SIEGER by FÜRSTENBERG.