New Delft for Royal Delft and EKWC

Amsterdam Souvenirs were developed for De Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles in Delft [the Netherlands’ oldest porcelain factory]. The design is targeted at Dutch visitors of Amsterdam. The New Delft set was developed in collaboration with Marjet Wessels Boer and Margit Seland, and is based on the authentic profile and value of seventeenth-century ceramics manufacturing in Delft. The design is modern and contemporary, while the decoration is influenced by age-old marks. The set is dishwasher, microwave and oven resistent. Thanks to solid market research prior to the design process the range sells very well!

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Liquor set for Royal Delft

In collaboration with designers Marjet Wessels Boer and Margit Seland, Jacob de Baan developed a small pitcher and 10 liquor cups for Royal Delft. The pitcher carries a text derived from a naughty eighteenth-century love story in which a young man and woman meet each other and end up married and expecting a child. This story was once developed to accompany the serving of old Dutch liquors, which carried imaginative names such as ‘lift up my shimmy’, ‘cherry prick’ and ‘brides’ tears’. The 10 porcelain cups carry images releated to different fragments of the story and the original liquors’ names.

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