Floorvase KRUKENFORM in blue décor
The archive of KPM Berlin contains innumerable historical treasures, some of which have been thought forgotten. This year, a re-edition of old décors will provide the manufactory with a new stage for classic vase shapes. The painting decor of this vase lives on the creativity of the master painters of the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin. Equipped with white KPM porcelain as pure canvas, they have the freedom to create and test new techniques, motifs and compositions.
Already in 1951, Trude Petri designed the ovoid shaped vase ‘KRUKENFORM’. Its flared, contrasting opening gave the vase a look with a high recognition factor and made it a multi-functional all-rounder. This is characteristic for Petri’s demand of achieving an even balance of form and function in her designs. The new, exotic blue ornaments of the vase KRUKENFORM were created by KPM master painter Annette Reimann. It depicts various tropical birds and plants in an aesthetic utopia that leaves the natural reality. This utopia is stylised in a striking manner by applying the blue colour extensively on a white background.
The floor vase KRUKENFORM in blue decor is limited to 15 pieces.