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Rosenthal Glass Charger 'Daisy' by Andy Warhol


Reference: 03132

Description: A stunning, large, Rosenthal glass charger. Limited Art edition by Rosenthal studio-line: the "Originals of our time", Daisy pattern by Andy Warhol. Rosenthal was founded in 1879 by Philipp Rosenthal. Under the management of the son of the company founder, Philip Rosenthal (1916-20010, Rosenthal became a pioneering company in the areas of design and art.

Dimensions: 55cm (21.5") diameter

Additional Information: Rosenthal was founded in 1879 as a porcelain factory by Philipp Rosenthal & Co. in the town of Erkersreuth. From the outset Rosenthal was a company that pointed the way ahead with its forms and decors. Philipp Rosenthal searched constantly for the latest developments and ideas for contemporary porcelain design. The recognition of the �Rosenthal� brand was underlined in 1910 when approval was granted for the company to establish its own art department and begin the production of porcelain figurines. In 1950 the son of the company founder, Philip Rosenthal (1916-2001), joined Rosenthal. Under his management Rosenthal became a pioneering company in the areas of design and art. A porcelain factory was turned into a company for sophisticated tabletop and living culture.. The close work with famous designers and artists since the early 1950's had a major influence upon Rosenthal's further development and the company was the first porcelain manufacturer to become a pioneer for contemporary, modern product design. Internationally renowned designers, from the 1960's onwards predominantly from Scandinavia, including Tapio Wirkkala, Bjorn Wiinblad and Timo Sarpaneva, created modern service sets and gift accessories from porcelain and glass, as well as drinks glass series and cutlery collections.The Rosenthal studio-line was founded as an autonomous design brand in 1961 as a consequence of this new direction in product design. Rosenthal differs from its competitors because of the link to the fine arts. Captivated by the idea of 'living with art', Rosenthal had already invited internationally acclaimed contemporary artists to create limited edition porcelain reliefs and exclusive porcelain and glass objects back in the late 1960's. The major contributors to the Rosenthal Limited Edition Art Series include, among others, Henry Moore, Lucio Fontana, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Vasarely, Salvador Dali, Hap Grieshaber, Frank Stella, Gunter Uecker, Otmar Alt, Andy Warhol and James Rizzi With the limited edition artist collections Rosenthal not only demonstrates extraordinary craftsmanship skills and highest quality standards, but also its high standards in terms of contemporary aesthetics, authenticity and avant-garde design.

Price: £60

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