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Brands with a long tradition can be found next to young designers, label and manufacturer names that you may never have noticed in the design sector. In today's world of products, a brand represents more or less justified consumer confidence in proportion to marketing budgets. Formost prefers to talk about use and a truly justified trust, and we test our manufacturers thoroughly. If you find a "Gute Ware" seal on a product, it is a branded product to our tastes.
In 1747, crockery with the distinctive blue "F" was first produced in the picturesque Weserbergland.
Only ten years later, Fürstenberg became the artistic centre of its time. In 1756 the manufacturer opened a branch for colour painting in Braunschweig and acquired the important landscape painter Pasha J. F. Weitsch for the porcelain manufactory.
Due to high demand, an additional painting shop opened in Dresden in 1906. In 1923 the kilns were destroyed in a flood, resulting in restricted production processes.
With exports to the U.S., the manufacturer manages to compensate for the losses of the global economic crisis in the following years.
Then, as now, products from the Fürstenberg porcelain manufacturer were considered particularly exclusive.
Tableware and design objects are produced to the highest quality standards, with their fineness and brilliance of colour clearly impressed.
The Porzellanmanufaktur Fürstenberg was repeatedly honoured with awards and prizes for its craftsmanship, passion and absolute precision.