In times of general abundance, Ted Muehling restricts himself to the essentials - bringing form to function. No wonder that the award-winning American designer always focuses on nature, which after all, provides ingenious inspiration. One of the most ingenious designs for the manufactory's master workshops is a vase that references the shape of a bird's egg. As a collection of different sizes they make a gorgeous decorative ensemble standing alone, but filled with branches or flowers they are a true pleasure.
Note: the picture with flowers is to show the general size and shape of the egg vase, however the color, glaze and finish are as seen in the first photo of the eggs.
WHY WE LOVE IT
Few other manufacturers offer as much opulence and a wealth of motifs in their decors as Nymphenburg. Nymphenburg works freehand, without stencils. It can take up to 15 years before an “apprentice” can fully execute their complex designs.