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German porcelain service in the Kurfurstendamm Berlin pattern with thick gold banding designed by Hans Theo Baumann for Rosenthal in 1959.


Set consists of 37 pieces:

  • 10 coffee cups – 7 cm high
  • 12 saucers – 13,5 cm diameter
  • 12 bread plates – 17 cm diameter
  • 1 coffee pot – 20 cm high
  • 1 sugar bowl – 8 cm high
  • 1 creamer – 7,2 cm high



Excellent vintage condition. Set appears to have never been used.


Price is per set. 

Rosenthal Berlin Service

Only 1 left in stock
  • For over 130 years the German manufacturer Rosenthal has stood for art and design, superior craftsmanship and perfect porcelain. Quality, tradition, innovation and image. With its fascinating products, Rosenthal’s one of the world's leading manufacturers in the spheres of fine dining arrangements and gift accessories.

    Over the years Rosenthal has remained vibrant and fascinating, united and motivated by its claim to produce the best design in every era. The hallmarks of Rosenthal porcelain are high quality and sustainability; each collection holding true to its claim to uniqueness as part of a harmonious whole.

  • Hans Theo Baumann is considered to be a giant of German post-war design. Born in Basel, Switzerland in 1924, he studied painting, sculpture and design in his native city but was soon working in Germany where he spent the rest of his career, establishing his own studio in 1955 and shaping half a century of German design. 

    Founding President of the Verband Deutscher Industrie-Designer (VDID) 1959-61. Has worked in architecture, and created designs for glass (both hollow ware and stained glass) furniture, metalwork and ceramics.

    He made designs for the Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur Berlin in 1959, for Thomas in 1965, for the Schönwald and Arzberg porcelain factories in 1970, and from 1954-70 independent designer for Rosenthal. Also created glass designs for Süssmuth, Gral and Daum.