To satisfy your sweet tooth: Sugar bowl from Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten, designed by the artist Ena Rottenberg. Kept in plain white the plate 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.
The lids of this masterpiece of Art Déco design are available with either simple knobs or knobs shaped as exotic heads.