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Keramik-Kartell - Unique pieces for an individual esprit

The world is colourful and offers countless things to discover - so why stop at home? We help you to stay curious. Our products are made by skilled people and not by anonymous machines on the assembly line. Individuality is what makes us curious and above all keeps us curious. The ceramics from the Keramik-Kartell are by no means of dubious origin, although we do get our hands dirty for you! Each of our unique pieces was designed with a lot of love for detail and manufactured in Germany. Our transport routes are short and we attach great importance to using only regional resources if possible. Likewise, we are characterized by a high degree of quality and quantity is clearly not enough for us. None of the small works of art is like the other, even in pairs that belong together there are small differences.

This is exactly what we support: Stay individual and don't stop at your home.

If you think the same way, the Keramik-Kartell is the right place for you, because you can order high-quality Raku ceramics, e.g. tea bowls and chawans, as well asutility ceramics such as cups and plates ordeco ceramics simply online.

You are individual, why not in daily use?

The artistic design with organic materials allows for diversity without limits. It starts with an idea and takes shape in the course of production - it is as if with every structure you breathe more life into the object. The small irregularities are deliberately not corrected, they are part of the character and make each piece individual.
With some objects, form and surface are in harmony. One delicate vessel with a delicate polished surface, another with an organic, almost archaic surface. Both have their own charm and both live from exciting contrasts. The development of an object is often accompanied by a confrontation with a form: At the beginning, impressions of artificially created and naturally grown forms stand in opposition to each other - for example, of sweepingly curved onion domes on churches, of the geometrically perfect architecture of a honeycomb or the golden section of a feminine female silhouette.

These experiments can be further intensified and crystallized in Raku, although classical Raku thrives on simplicity. It is the sea of possibilities and unlimited combinations of materials that nourish this craft and make it so special.

So the talented craftsmen from the cartel produce only for you, only by hand. Always with love for every imperfect detail.

Handmade for everyday use?

Absolutely: YES!

The utility ceramics are intended for daily use, even several times a day. Accordingly, it must be convincing in quality and functionality. Keramik-Kartell has a diverse and highly individual assortment of robust cups, mugs, bowls and dishes! The majority of the products are manufactured asstoneware and are therefore particularly resistant to ensure that our utility ceramics can be used as long as possible.

Shopping at the Keramik-Kartell is very easy - choose your favourite tea bowl or decorative element, pay safely and quickly and have it delivered to your home in 1-3 days. Shopping at Keramik-Kartell is also particularly relaxed because you can return your item to us within 14 days without giving any reason.
Those who like to experiment as well as those who are curious are in the right place with us, so we offer not only greatraku ceramics and consumer ceramics but also enchantingdeco ceramics for your home. So if you are looking for the right pot for roleplaying or beautiful tins to hide little treasures, you will find what you are looking for at the Keramik-Kartell. Here you will find wicked handmade unique pieces. But we are especially proud of our Raku ceramic rail, which brings high-quality chawans and sake sets as well as soap dishes at fantastic prices to our ceramic assortment.

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Interesting facts about ceramics and pottery

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... from clay and pottery

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A science in itself: Handmade cups

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