Fuerstenberg Porzellan (FÜRSTENBERG) developed the Gourmet Line BLANC to meet the challenging demands of sophisticated and design-oriented clients. In close cooperation with renown chefs Sven Elverfeld, Nils Henkel, Tim Raue and designer Mikaela Dorfel, Porzellanmanufaktur Fürstenberg’s BLANC collection combines tradition with design and innovation and impressively merges refined quality with exceptional functionality. This porcelain line, precisely made by hand, offers the greatest possible freedom in respect of the individual staging of food.
The exclusive plates of Gourmetlinie BLANC provide unique background to the skills of chefs and talented amateur cooks. Rectangular and round formations with their matte and glazed surfaces, allow for exceptional interplay of shapes and surfaces. The specially finished matte surface is very stain resistant. The attention to BLANC’s detail extends to mat-polished and no-glazed underside ensures good grip on the plates.
All pieces of the gourmet line BLANC are carefully crafted by hand in Germany for the highest quality. Hand wash strongly recommended.
FÜRSTENBERG has specialized in unique craftsmanship and exclusive porcelain manufacture since 1747. This traditional company from Lower Saxony is now setting new standards in porcelain manufacture with its premium collections featuring tableware design of the highest quality. The FÜRSTENBERG portfolio ranges from dinner services and gift items to unique designer pieces.
FÜRSTENBERG is a porcelain manufacturer whose skilled craftsmanship has been honed through experience spanning over two centuries. The craftsmen at this traditional German firm are expert at continuously developing historical collections and creating contemporary product lines. They claim precision down to the smallest detail. What enables them to fulfill this claim is the fact that most of the porcelain manufactured at FÜRSTENBERG is still based on manual craft, supported by the very latest technical equipment to ensure creation of the finest quality porcelain objects. At the porcelain manufactory, design meets unrivalled craft expertise, as it has done since the company’s inception. Founded in 1747 by Duke Carl I von Braunschweig at Fürstenberg hunting lodge, the manufactory’s history is populated by a succession of renowned porcelain painters, modelers and designers. FÜRSTENBERG is Germany’s second oldest porcelain manufacturer. Today, the FÜRSTENBERG trademark, the blue “F” with a crown above, is internationally recognized as a symbol of sophisticated porcelain artwork from Germany.
FÜRSTENBERG develops service-sets that display a truly timeless quality. From each of the most important European stylistic periods the company has at least one design form in our collection; from the classical service by the name of Herzog Ferdinand to the Bauhaus-classic Wagenfeld to the contemporary designs of Gourmet line BLANC, Furstenberg products are all about excellence in design and luxurious decoration.