In the very heart of Berlin, every piece is still handmade. Take a look behind the scenes and discover the magical world of the Royal Porcelain-Manufactory Berlin.
Gift giving means giving something to someone else that you would prefer to keep for yourself.
The scent of the Royal Porcelain Manufactory Berlin now fills your own feel-good residence as an aroma candle with the fascinating flair of its place of origin. Captured by a porcelain vessel from the LAB or KURLAND collection, the fresh fragrance composition Edition WEISS tells the story of the porcelain manufactory, which now exists for over 250 years, between heritage and modernity. Treat yourself or your loved ones to radiant moments.
The "Boîte de Louise" treasure box developed by industrial designer Hermann August Weizenegger and KPM chief designer Thomas Wenzel - a place to store individual treasures and personal valuables. Which special pieces did Queen Luise of Prussia once keep in her box? The limited edition of 100 pieces of the "Boîte de Louise" tells stories of her time and invites in contemporary design to reminisce again and again about your own favorite pieces. A luxurious as well as stylish alternative to the popular piece of jewelry as a gift.
Developed 25 years ago by the KPM Master Workshop and Milanese designer Enzo Mari, the BERLIN shape is as unique as its namesake. It received the "iF Design Award" as early as 1998. A painting design by KPM chief designer Thomas Wenzel, who developed the cup's design together with Mari in the 1990s, is now revitalized by KPM Meistermalerei in the Labyrinth 25 Edition. The abstract shapes of the new decoration color the perfect shape of the cup in rich purple, green, brown and black. Each one of the cups, complemented by a high-quality real wood board and a gold-look spoon with a surprisingly practical magnetic effect, is a one-of-a-kind painting, enhanced by generous gilding on the rim of the cup. Delight your loved ones this year with the strictly limited edition "Labyrinth".
You want to surprise your loved one with a particularly dazzling Christmas gift this year? Then Colors of BERLIN breakfast cups are just the thing for you. The Colors of Berlin collection tells the story of the bond between the porcelain manufactory and its hometown. Whether green like the Tiergarten, blue like the lakes of Köpenick, sandy colors like the popular bathing beach in Wannsee or anthracite like the fashionable Mitte - as a tribute to the urban manufactory district, the award-winning BERLIN breakfast cup appears in chandelier colors. The cups shimmer as multifaceted as the metropolis itself, where it is handmade with love by KPM Berlin to this day.