If you turn a piece of Polish pottery upside down, you will likely see a stamp, text and possibly numbers. What can you actually learn from it? We will help you with this in the following text.
Our collection comprises mainly original Polish Pottery that has been manufactured in the Lower Silesian town of Boleslawiec.
We have been selling these ceramic dishes on the Czech market since 1997. Boleslawiec stoneware has become very popular and well regarded among our customers during this time. It is mainly due to the combination of handcraft and excellent practical properties that make it suitable for everyday use.
Handmade pottery is decorated using the traditional stamp method. All the dishes can be used in ovens and microwaves and washed in dishwashers. The variety of designs and decorations make the pottery an attractive part of classic as well as modern kitchens and it also appeals to collectors.
It has been a great hit in countries such as the USA, Canada, and the UK and it has recently become very popular in Korea and Japan.
The oldest mention of Boleslawiec pottery is from 1380. The oldest preserved vessel is a bottle from 1640. The greatest expansion of production and at the same time changes in production processes took place during the 19th century. In the second half of the 19th century, Boleslavie pottery began to be decorated with colored stamps. More >>
Dishes can be prepared in ovens and microwave ovens, they can be washed in a dishwasher, but they are also easy to wash by hand. Polish Pottery is very resistant to beating and scratching. Only environmentally friendly paints and glazes are used in production, so the dishes are completely safe for contact with food. More >>
The majority of our products are from Ceramika Artystyczna. It is a cooperative that was established in 1950 from the pre-war factory Paul und Sohn operating between 1893 and 1945 and it continues the best traditions of local craft in a truly universal way. More>>
The production process of each piece represents a lot of hours of artistic and professional handicraft. The vessel made of clay goes through a lengthy process of drying, processing and firing at temperatures up to 1270 ° C. Ceramics are decorated with a specific stamping technique and it can take several hours to decorate one piece. As all products are handmade, there are minor deviations among individual products that make each piece unique. More >>