Adonis Sugar Bowl by Wolfgang von Wersin for Nymphenburg Porcelain

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Adonis Sugar Bowl by Wolfgang von Wersin for Nymphenburg Porcelain

Available in 3.4 oz. and 6.8 oz. sizes.

Wolfgang von Wersin designed the Adonis shape for Nymphenburg in the New Objectivity-style in the 1950s.  The surface refracts the light in fine relief grooves and makes the porcelain seem almost transparent in the interplay of shadow. The minimal painted decoration emphasizes the simplicity of the timeless modern design's structure.

Designed in 1932 as a coffee service, Adonis was added to the master workshops' repertoire as a dining service as well in 1951/56. Made with a matte biscuit edge or with a glazed edge, painted freely by hand entirely in white or with a fine stitching decoration in black or fine 24-carat gold, Adonis still embodies luxurious-looking elegance today.

Additional items in the collection are available here.

Delivery time is estimated at 1-5 weeks depending on stock check.

We suggest hand washing. 

Other pieces in the collection may not be listed online. Please view the ADONIS LINE SHEET and contact us.

Nymphenburg Porzellan was founded in 1747 in Munich, Germany. One of the few porcelain manufacturers still producing all handmade product, Nymphenburg has supplied the aristocracy and elite for over 260 years. The factory is located on the grounds of Nymphenburg Palace.  If you are looking at expanding or replacing an existing vintage service or need assistance finding items not shown, please contact us and we will try to help.

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