The company Lyngby Porcelæn can look back on a history of almost 100 years. The mixture of geometric shapes which include transparent items as well as opaque porcelain crockery, will win you over at first sight with its combination of functionality and design.
The DNS by Lyngby Porcelæn
The company, founded in 1936, focused on the combination of a unique design and skilled craftsmanship in its concepts that were so full of character. Even though the company closed down in Lyngby, Denmark, as early as 1969, it made design history. The Lyngby Vase laid the foundation for the popularity of the brand. It was one of the first porcelain products that revived the distinctive Bauhaus design of the 1920s and said good-bye to opulent traditions. In 2012, Lyngby Porcelæn returned with a magnificent comeback. The reissued classics, which have been among the most sought-after items at flea markets for a long time, are now very popular again.
From edgy to soft: The comprehensive product range from Denmark
In this enchanting Lyngby H25cm porcelain vase, simple calla lilies or white peonies really come into their own. The strict lines of this vase, which is available in five shades of white and grey, emphasise the delicate blossoms. You can see a softer side of the company in the Form 70/3 Vase. The transparent, slightly tinted glass has a round shape. Large camellia blossoms repeat the harmonious line, turning this vase into an elegant eye-catcher in your home.