Vintage Garden Bohemian Porcelain Tureen
The tureen, tableware for serving soup or broth during a meal, first appeared in France between the 17th and 18th centuries. Aristocrats used it for their food rituals. The tureen is a beautiful capacious container with a lid that has an oval shape and handles. The tureen is universal – you can beautifully serve your dish in it, store the cooked soup in the refrigerator so that the walls of the pan do not oxidize, and, of course, you can cook cold soups in it. In the tureens, the first course is infused and does not cool down. Serving the soup in the tureen will turn a family dinner into a special status meal, and the soup will look more delicious in this beautiful dish!
Add the warm and inviting atmosphere of a French countryside house to your dining room. The blue and yellow palette, used in the berry patterns througout, goes well with plain tableware. The Vintage Garden collection will create a delightful table setting. Items from the collection are made of top quality porcelain.
STPGoods is an official distributor of Thun 1794 a.s. - the largest and oldest Czech top-quality porcelain manufacturer. It produces a specific type of so-called hard porcelain with a firing temperature of 1405°C.
The seat of the company is the town of Nová Role near Karlovy Vary, which is called the town of porcelain.
- All Thun 1794 a.s. porcelain goes through ISO Quality Management certification for quality assurance.
- Czech porcelain is extremely lightweight but sturdy and durable;
- Fade-resistant and food safe due to under-glazed painting.
The collection combines well with other objects of our popular Very Berry collection - https://www.stpgoods.com/catalogsearch/advanced/result/?product_collection=1673