House number 5

$11.32
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SKU
2092/D-111/1
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Diameter [cm] 0.00
Length [cm] 16.60
Weight [kg] 0.170
Capacity [liter] 0.00
Height [cm] 0.90
Width [cm] 12.10
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House number 5Those who spend their holidays in exotic countries, where you can find hand-decorated folk ceramics, bring as souvenirs not only ceramic dishes, but also ceramic numbers and plates with house numbers, which can be placed directly on the door, on the wall of the staircase or on the façade of the building . Now, enthusiasts of Bolesławiec ceramics will be able to show their passion to the guests, even before they enter their home. The product range of Zakłady Ceramiczne BOLESŁAWIEC includes ceramic number plates, and each is hand-decorated with a brush and stamps, glazed and fired at high temperature. This makes it resistant to weather conditions, so it can be subjected to rain, snow and sun for many years without any problems, and the quality and colour of the decoration will remain unchanged. A unique, exceptional house number plate 5. Surprise your neighbours and guests. Now, enthusiasts of Bolesławiec ceramics will be able to show their passion to the guests, even before they enter their home. The figure plate is made using a brush and stamps, glazed and fired at high temperature. This makes it resistant to weather conditions, so it can be subjected to rain, snow and sun for many years without any problems, and the quality and colour of the decoration will remain unchanged. D-111 decorationThis is one of the classic decorations of Bolesławiec pottery, on which peacock eyes used to be the main decorative motif. We have here cobalt circles with white centres with cobalt dots in the middle, whose edges merge into a cobalt cloud. A stitch in green and brown - another traditional decoration colors - make the decoration lighter visually and more interesting. All decorations of the pottery manufactured in Zakłady Ceramiczne "BOLESŁAWIEC" are hand-made by artists using traditional methods - with stamps and brushes. After decorating and glazing, the pottery is subjected to a second firing at high temperature, thanks to which both the pottery and the decoration gain resistance to damage and colour change. Each hand-decorated item is unique, as slight differences in decoration are inevitable.