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Impeccable purity, tactile surfaces, delicate pastel colours and refined decorations characterise the masterfully turned porcelain vessels by Susan Heise.

At the potter's wheel she turns her vessels with great pleasure and energy, which she passes on to her objects in the process of creation. The elegance and precious charisma of her pieces is captivating.

The handmade individualises every detail and emphasises the thickness of the material, the curves of the form, the density of the surface structure, the glaze, the height and the width.


Porzellanwerkstatt Susan Heise
Altranstädter Straße 6
04229 Leipzig

Web: susanheise-porzellan.de
Phone: +49 176 63 33 65 30

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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Products: Susan Heise

The humorous and decorative products of designer Karin Sehnert are unmistakable. In her small porcelain manufactory she makes the steps from the design to the finished object visible, even for those who want to try it themselves.

Of course this needs a good idea, but it also requires meticulous planning, technical know-how and a lot of experience.

Since 2012 Karin Sehnert has been challenging the "Haiglück" with her own workshop and design office. This is all about product development in the materials porcelain, glass and metal - from the idea to the production stage – also for external clients.


Haiglück by Karin Sehnert
Alte Straße 5
04229 Leipzig

Web: karin-sehnert.de
Phone: +49 178 63 42 968

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© Portrait: Schnuppe von Gwinner
© Shop space: Josephine Weinhold
© Products: Karin Sehnert

Since 2016, ceramist Helene Scharge has been specialising in the development of a utility tableware made of handmade, through-dyed porcelain in her own porcelain workshop.

The multi-functionality of the individual pieces creates a pleasant reduction to a few, balanced clear forms. These serve all essential requirements, are harmoniously coordinated with each other and effectively accentuate food and drinks.

The production of this very special collection is truly a technical challenge for the exceptionally experienced porcelain designer.


Helene Scharge Porzellan
Windmühlenstraße 31b
04107 Leipzig

Web: helenescharge-porzellan.de
Phone: +49 174 422 82 72

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© Movie: Schnuppe von Gwinner & Alina Cyranek
© Portrait and products: Schnuppe von Gwinner

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