Surprise! High-grade porcelain on the outside, lending it the gentle appearance of something to be handled with care. At the same time, OGON is bursting with energy. The table fire is only waiting to be released from its top half - for a magical display of flames. Then OGON waits patiently again, but as a promisingly beautiful element of the room. What's more, preferably as a pair or one of three, always ready for the next magical display of fire.
The artist Alim Pasht-Han is fascinated by > MORE the element of fire. And he loves the Matryoschka doll. His idea for OGON matured and assumed this sensuously attractive form. In collaboration with the Vertijet design studio, OGON was then provided with its perfect technical functionality. Fired and decorated in the traditional Reichenbach porcelain manufacturing plant, the white OGON was provided with its face and came by its hand-painted platinum centre. Alim Pasht-Han also designed it entirely in white or jauntily decorated with a gleaming platinum finish.^ LESS