Maritime Clam Small Bowl, 3.9" by Ted Muehling for Nymphenburg Porcelain

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Maritime Clam Small Bowl, 3.9" by Ted Muehling for Nymphenburg Porcelain

Perfect as a salt cellar or decorative item, the Maritime Clam Shell bowl measures 3.9" x 2.8" x 1.2" and is available in white, coral pink, and celadon.

Bisque exterior, Glazed Interior.

Even though mankind has only been able to identify a fraction of our planet’s sea dwellers, this diversity of species already offers a plethora of riches. The US designer Ted Muehling used this richness as his inspiration when creating an entire collection of shells, vases and lanterns in the form of sea life. 

Inspired by nature, Muehling has also designed vases, tealights and spoons as part of the MARITIME COLLECTION, designed to be used alone or mixed and matched with the White Coral Dinnerware.

The WHITE CORAL service shows the structure of coral in all its sensuality and transparency: from texture to irregularly broken sharp-looking plate rims, Muehling presents all the facets of the natural shape in this service while placing emphasis on the delicate porcelain material. 

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

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.

Additional production by Nymphenburg may be found here

Ted Muehling was born in Passaic, New Jersey, in 1953 and studied industrial design at the Pratt Institute in New York. Muehling has been designing jewelry and objects inspired by natural shapes since 1976. "I try to restrict my vocabulary of shape by abstracting forms from nature and transforming them with the aim of creating objects that function just as well as they look. My designs trace the invisible shapes that exist between nature and our perception of it." Ted Muehling has received many awards, including the Chrysler Design Award and the America Fashion Coty Award. His works may be found in many private and public collections.

$ 240.00
Coral Pink