Impressionists - Mugs with designs by Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir to Vincent van Gogh
Impressionist collection on coffee cups and glass plates.
Noble porcelain, which carries an exclusive design, is much more than just household goods or even tableware. It creates a high-quality environment and enriches the everyday life. Exclusive porcelain collections with Impressionist motifs form a status symbol, as a furnishing item it shows your extraordinary taste.
Whether tea and coffee cups for your shop, boutique or gallery - the coffee cups in Fine Bone China in the company of fine, small accessories, such as glass bowl or cup coaster, serving plate with the same motif, will attract your customers effortlessly magnetic. The Impressionist collection is available as a limited collection in first-class quality. There are also other advantages: the unusual shapes and the design gift boxes with information about the motif and artist. Another plus is the exclusivity on the German and Austrian market and therefore can only be found at the select retailers. Choose your Limited Collection and opt for:
Tea cups with matching tea bag
NEW - Pillows with the matching motifs complete this extraordinary collection.
Vincent van Gogh
The most famous motifs of the artist can be found on coffee cups and glass plates. Thanks to the beautiful and matching pillow you complete your offer - ideal for interior decor or as a perfect gift idea consisting of the coffee cup, glass plates and pillows with the same motif. Your customer feels very well advised afterwards - his recommendation is therefore safe, maybe Google rating.
In front of the cafe
Vase with roses
Daisies and poppies
Pierre - Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) died at the age of 78, leaving behind some 6,000 works: still lifes, landscapes, nudes, pictures of dancing and family life, portraits of adults and children. His grave is located in the cemetery in Essoyes in the Aube / Champagne department. The French representative of Impressionism puts us into the time of his events, beautiful frivolous times of the 19th century in Paris with the following motifs on the coffee cups:
The breakfast of the rowers
The dance in the city
The dance in Bougivall
Dance in the country
Bal du Moulin de la Galette
This important French painter (1840-1926), whose middle creative period was assigned to the style of Impressionism. Since his heart belonged to nature and was reflected in his works - takes us on the journey to Giverny / France where he owned a large piece of land.
The rural beauty of the fields and gardens can be found on the coffee cups with the following motifs: