Tag Archive | earthenware

Royal B (Belgium)

The abandoned workshops of one of the most prestigious earthenware companies worldwide. Since 1841 the Belgian company Royal B has built an international reputation as creator of exquisite porcelain and fine china. Many of its designs excell in superior craftsmanship and have found their way into museums worldwide.

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Sphinx (Netherlands)

This ceramics producing group dates back as far as the 1830s. It was once the largest producer of ceramics in Europe. Even though the factory is now abandoned and destined to be redeveloped into a series of luxury apartments, its heritage – a collection of approximately 60.000 earthenware objects depicting the history of Sphinx – will keep its memory alive forever.

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