For your next tea party: this exquisite teapot "Ena & Orient" from the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten designed by artist Ena Rottenberg. The form of this porcelain vessel celebrates the ritual of a traditional tea ceremony and is truly a feast for the eyes. For all kinds of delicious brews - from white tea to Rooibos. Kept in plain white the pot comes up trumps with its sheer perfection of form and subtle paltinum rim.
Modern and exotic: Featuring oriental elements integrated into a vibrant and modern design, this shape from Ena Rottenberg is an excellent example of the forms and designs of the 1930s. Ena Rottenberg was a student of the ceramics pioneer Michael Powolny and a member of the “Wiener Werkstätte” circle of artists. The sweeping lines of the walls and handles of the white service in shape 20/21 (designed on 1930) correspond to the stylistic mood of our day.