On A Plate

Whether it’s a statement piece for your kitchen shelves, or a gift with a difference, Porcelanowa have become the city’s go-to answer for your porcelain problems…

Proudly Polish in their pitch, Porcelanowa (porcelanowa.com) specialize in limited edition porcelain from renowned domestic design studios such as Ćmielów and Kristoff. In particular, pride of place is awarded to the Huta Julia collection, but beyond the big guns, they’re equally renowned for promoting rising stars of local design such as Ende Ceramics, Mosko Ceramics, Aoomi, Hadaki, Kalva and August. Fully in tune with the latest trends, a visit is a must if you’re pimping your pantry.

On the top: Marek Cecuła Limbo teapot for Ćmielów, from left: ENDE Ceramics „Mobius Cup”, crystal glass from the”Polish Table” collection by Pietkiewicz for Julia Huta.

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