Alfons Mucha - Coffee cups and glass plates - The Four Seasons line in stylish gift boxes.

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Alfons Mucha - The Four Seasons new porcelain collection.

High quality porcelain sells even better when it stands out with unusual designs from the well-known assortment of competitors. If it represents more than just the utility for your clientele, for example, with designs by the Czechs Alfons Mucha, an important representative of Art Nouveau in the 19th/20. Century. My porcelain collections for your retailers and B2B customers, designed in this way, set your assortment apart from the crowd. They appeal to the thoughtfully deciding educated citizen just as much as the spontaneously buying clientele: this art is convincing. Precious Stones - Collection with the female erotic motif of the seductive woman, which decorates individual pieces as well as complete sets.

In the Limited Edition you will find:

Decoration plates - glass plates
Cappuccino cups
coffee cup with glass bowl
Espresso cups set


Precious Stones and The Four Seasons - world-famous motif.

Alfons Mucha was not only a painter, but also a graphic artist, poster artist and much more. His idea of advertising with an erotic woman was new and controversial in the 19th century. It is still the norm today - and still controversial, for example, on high-quality and fancier porcelain. This motif works: a bit larger on the cappuccino cup as well as in small format on the espresso cup . What triggers controversy is intelligent and gets you in touch with the clientele, then ends with a good turnover: whether retail or boutique, whether gallery or museum shop, whether interior or decor range. Alfons Mucha convinced with his ideas in Europe and the USA. You can still benefit from his famous designs on precious porcelain for specialist retailers today.

Did you know, that ...

* He was one of the most sought-after artists of the Belle Époque
* These posters were stolen during his lifetime
* He owed his breakthrough to Sarah Bernard

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