April 03, 2022 4 Comments
The deeper we explore the world of Polish Pottery, the more interesting pattern identification is. The traditional patterns of Polish Pottery have a beautiful history.
The vast number of designs in the traditional collections of the factories is undeniable. These are some examples of traditional designs. As you journey deeper into the world of patterns with us, you will begin to feel that the level of detail and design is different depending.....
Not all patterns are created equal
Each manufacturer from the town of Boleslawiec offers several levels of artwork and the price will vary based upon the detail and the time required to produce the pattern.
The Polish Pottery Traditional patterns
The original Polish Pottery designs, date back to the early 1800's, when the punching technique was made popular by a Polish Pottery master potter named Johann Gottlieb Altman.
It is intriguing that his early design have exploded into many patterns based on the ideas of natural shapes and colors
Traditional patterns are considered to be the simpler to create during the hand painting process.
The stamping technique uses recycled car seat foam carved into shapes. Apprentices are more capable of painting these traditional designs.
Though it still requires a great amount of skill, these patterns require less time and practice then some of the signature artists.
The Peacock pattern is one of the earliest designs that still inspires passion today.
June 29, 2022 1 Comment
Polish Pottery Outlet works directly with Polish factories. We place our orders many months in advance.
June 21, 2022
Travel with us as we visit the factories that we import from. Manufaktura is located in Boleslawiec, Poland.
June 21, 2022
The Polish Pottery Outlet
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