The folks at Rose and Radish recently took a trip to Munich to visit the Royal Bavarian Porcelain Manufactory Nymphenburg, which has been one of the world's finest producers of porcelain for 250 years. In the shop's journal, they wrote, "One of the greatest parts of the Munich trip was being able to use the porcelain during the entire visit. Our favorite snack was gummi bears on the Ted Muehling Bird's Wing Dish." While the thought of them eating candy off of such a delicate dish is a nice one, it doesn't do me much good! That's why I'm delighted to see that Rose and Radish has brought the German porcelain back to the shop for us to enjoy stateside. Although the prices on this porcelain tend to run high (one coffee cup is $519), they're truly magnificent sights, and definitely what I'd consider to be works of art. Take a look at the images below to see a few, and check out the shop's site to see more.
Nice and New: Nymphenburg Porcelain at Rose and Radish