Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German

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Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic
Rosenthal Studio Line, XL Queensberry Marble Sculptural Ceramic Dish, 1980s West German - Anye's Attic

THE ITEM

Presenting this chic work of Modernist design by renowned porcelain and ceramics manufactory Rosenthal. 

The elegant decor is matte, very tactile and named 'Queensberry Marble'. The popularity of the Queensberry Marble decor subsequently led to a variation of the decor in blue and pink, and was incorporated into further designs in porcelain and ceramic by designers such as Uta Feyl, Lord David Queensberry and Rosemunde Nairac. 

The sculpted form with flared rim design provides an excellent canvas and compliment to the decor. 

CONDITION

Excellent. No chips, cracks or repairs, there is minimal wear of movement marks on the underside of the base that is commensurable with the age of the piece - please refer to photos as part of the condition report. The base of the dish bears the Rosenthal Studio Line ceramic marker. 

MEASUREMENTS

Height: c. 3" / 7.5 cm tall (from base to rim) x outer rim diameter: c. 13.6" / 34.5 cm. Inner diameter: c. 6.7" / 17 cm. Unpackaged weight: c. 2 kg / 1,953 g

NOTES

Dish will be securely packaged and shipping will be insured. Shipping will be combined for multiple items.

A BIT OF HISTORY

Rosenthal (1879 - present)
Rosenthal was originally founded by Philipp Rosenthal in 1879 who had moved his porcelain painting skills from Werl (to Selb in Bavaria. The company grew from strength to strength over the years with original pieces designed by artists and in the 20th century, infamous artists who contributed their creative design included as Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Wilhelm Wagenfeld and Walter Gropius.

The first Rosenthal Studio Line House was established in 1960, Nuremberg, specialising in design-oriented crockery art objects made of ceramic, porcelain and glass. By 1997, Rosenthal was the market leader for high-quality porcelain and glassware in Germany and was the world market leader in conjunction with Waterford Wedgwood.

Sadly, in 2008, the Waterford Wedgwood Group would divest their Rosenthal shares, this would be followed by the subsequent collapse of Waterford Wedgwood and the company filed for insolvency in January 2009. Today, Rosenthal operates as an independent company and is part of Sambonet Paderno Industrie.