THANK YOU for all kind and nice comments about Anna‘s and mine porcelain in the last post. You made us feel uplifted and strengthened in such a good way. We really needed that. It has been intense months for us (we are still not in port, but we are getting closer).
I wanted to share some thoughts with you about the porcelain. The plan was to make different designs for the porcelain parts, with different expression. But our wish was that they would “speak” with each other anyway. That the consumers can get a cup with one pattern and mix it with another, just as they wish. How do you feel about mixing, would you appreciate the freedom of choice? Or would you prefer to have the same pattern and style on the cup as on the plate? My guess is that most of you prefer to choose yourself. Or do you think it’s just confusing and disparate?
Some more glimpses of my part of the porcelain (the black bow cup above is Anna‘s design though). Oh, our Tunisian colleagues are going to the Birmingham spring fair (5–9 February, 2012) with all our Rym-designs this weekend. If you are there, be sure to visit Hall 9, Stand 9L52!