Crystalline box

No other object captures the spirit of Janák’s early cubist works better than this crystal-inspired box. Probably produced as a one-off, the box is a complex composition of angles, sharp points and folded planes. The thin black lines complete the dynamic sculpture and distract from its basic function as a box. Reproduction of the original […]

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Coffee set

This set in a twelve-faced conical shape with angular in black dashed zigzag decor. The set includes a cup and saucer, sugar dish and a medium pot. We also sell the set by piece. Reproduction of the originals held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Material: porcelain Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed cast You can […]

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Coffee set

This set in a twelve-faced conical shape with ball handles comes in five different designs: black zigzag, gold zigzag, black line, gold line and silver line. The set includes a cup and saucer, sugar dish, and a large, medium and small pot. The red-lined set contains only the medium pot, cup and saucer, and sugar […]

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Coffee set

This set in a twelve-faced conical shape with angular in red decor includes a cup and saucer, sugar dish and a medium pot. We also sell the set by piece. Reproduction of the originals held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Material: porcelain Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed cast You can buy this product also […]

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Ceramic box with lid

“… wedges, arrows, spikes, stakes, knives and levers that overpower matter are all angled planes.” (P. Janák) The author is one of the creators of Czech Cubism – a movement that was internationally unique in applying the ideas of French Cubist art to architecture and the applied arts. Janák viewed the angled plane as a […]

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Vases

2 x 3 x 5 = 30 Janák´s vases from 1911 are a lesson in good design – two curves, three sizes and five variations on a decorative pattern – a collection of 30 vases that look so original and contemporary it is hard to believe they were designed almost a hundred years ago. Reproduction […]

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Vase

Between 1911 and 1920, Hofman developed ground-breaking Cubist ceramics, and metal and glass objects for the manufacturing co-operative Artěl. His vases, ashtrays and coffee sets number among the most distinctive Cubist decorative objects of their time alongside Janák’s Crystal box. Material: earthenware Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed cast You can buy this product also on the e-shop: […]

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Coffee set

Between 1911 and 1920, Hofman developed ground-breaking Cubist ceramics, and metal and glass objects for the manufacturing co-operative Artěl. His vases, ashtrays and coffee sets number among the most distinctive Cubist decorative objects of their time alongside Janák’s Crystal box. Reproduction of the original held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Material: porcelain […]

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Vase

Between 1911 and 1920, Hofman developed ground-breaking Cubist ceramics, and metal and glass objects for the manufacturing co-operative Artěl. His vases, ashtrays and coffee sets number among the most distinctive Cubist decorative objects of their time alongside Janák’s Crystal box. Material: earthenware Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed cast You can buy this product also on the e-shop:  […]

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Ashtray

Between 1911 and 1920, Hofman developed ground-breaking Cubist ceramics, and metal and glass objects for the manufacturing co-operative Artěl. His vases, ashtrays and coffee sets number among the most distinctive Cubist decorative objects of their time alongside Janák’s Crystal box. Reproduction of the original held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Material: earthenware […]

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Coffee set

A spherical body, ringed handles, curved spout, ball feet – this elegant set by Rufold Stockar can be used to serve tea or coffee. The set is made in two versions – gold line and cobalt blue. Reproduction of the originals held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. Material: earthenware Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed […]

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Goldfinger porcelain studio

The firm of Goldfinger porcelain studio was founded in 1998. It makes small-series ceramic and porcelain products. It focuses on technologically difficult and uncommon techniques. Goldfinger products are set apart by their high quality, timeless elegance and clean, simple lines. They are rightly among the most popular goods with our customers. For Modernista it produces […]

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Jiří Pelcl

Jiří Pelcl, the world-famous designer, architect, former rector and current head of the design studio at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, is a genuine star of the Czech art scene. It is an honour for us to be able to offer you many pieces from the broad scope of his creative […]

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Studio Pirsc Porcelain

Studio Pirsc Porcelain was founded in Mikulov in 2005. The Daniel Piršč brand is gradually growing, with the addition of new products and, above all, new porcelain-making solutions and techniques. The product range is thus gradually moving on from standard tableware and gift items to more luxurious, more demanding and more audacious projects.

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Qubus

In 2002 Jakub Berdych established Qubus with the aim to create nonstandard design shop, presenting above all contemporary czech and conceptual design of world wide known names and brands. In the same year, together with Maxim Velčovský, based Qubus Design studio. Under the name Qubus a whole line of works and compact collections, so significant […]

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Viktor Chalepa

Most of Viktor Chalepa’s design work consists of porcelain ware. As well as solitaire products (vases, bowls etc.), in our shop you can find series-made products such as “Joint” or “Party Set”. The crockery design wonderfully complements the Vicenza glass drinking set from Crystalex (designed by Jiří Pelcl). Vicenza design glasses can be bought in […]

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Limited

Roman Sedina is the founder of  mark Limited. LIMITED presents objects aiming to decorate interiors in an unusual and tasteful way. They give the feeling of joy and pleasure and with their aestetic and representative image satisfy both demanding users and their friends. Roman Šedina was born in 1982 in Bechyne (South Bohemia), the city which […]

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Vjemy

  Studio “VJEMY” was founded in 2013 and it consists of architectural design – trio – brothers Adam and Samuel Cigler and Svetlana Koženová . Geometric  porcelain on Czech Cubism builds in usable art. The principle of Cubism was based on the crystal – a geometrically complex structure composed of inclined surfaces and sharp edges […]

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Tablo

Under the brand TABLO are young Czech designers who brush the tradition of the Czech porcelain, glass, crystal and other materials, which give a contemporary face. Antonín Tomášek  is the author of vases onions, thin porcelain with fine décor and elegant curves. Gabriel Vlach and his LOVES ME cups with a surprise in the form […]

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Jaroslav Ježek

Jaroslav Ježek is a leading creator Czech figural and utility porcelain. He is one of the founders of Brussels style late fifties and sixties. In his life he has created more than a hundred designs  for small sculptures. The shape of the pieces is dominated by an elegant curve, underlining  the majority of the movement […]

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