Orange porcelain therefore also looks cheerful and convivial in the interior and radiates a hearty warmth. Porcelain in orange in the apartment and on the laid table can be combined wonderfully with classic white porcelain, but also with other individual colours. Whether full-surface or orange decorated tableware series, vases and figures - orange is always an eye-catcher.
Small but powerful: Even with small objects in the trendy colour orange, a big effect can be achieved. The miniature vase of Edition MÖLLER (height approx. 8 cm) with and without flowers brings the summer feeling into your home. The spherical vase in the classic design of the 30s and 50s is fully decorated with a bright orange background. The vase is also available in white, red, purple, green and blue. The espresso cup of the series AURÉOLE CLAIR DE LUNE (height approx. 5 cm without saucer) in strong orange with golden decorations shines with the sun's rays all year round. Orange porcelain brings luminous highlights to any table and interior design.
FÜRSTENBERG has always worked regularly with internationally renowned artists and designers. By looking beyond the proverbial edge of the plate, contemporary tableware series are created again and again, which are shaped by various historical and cultural influences. Designer and style avant-garde Peter Kempe has designed two ingenious orange decors for FÜRSTENBERG: AURÉOLE COLORÉE is reminiscent of the jungle and the Caribbean with its colourful philodendron leaves in orange, lagoon blue, absinthe green and a warm chestnut. The RAJASTHAN décor on the CARLO form, on the other hand, is a journey into the Orient: the elaborate design plays with inspirations from Rajasthan's temple architecture, the splendor of Indian saris, as well as Byzantine flower patterns and textile ornaments from the 16th century.