Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics Leeuwarden
Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics
Location: Leeuwarden (NL)
Period: 2010 - present
Design competition to enthuse the new generation
Albarello and the Leeuwarden Ceramic Museum join hands.
The Museum organises an annual design competition for young people to enthuse new generations for ceramic art and craft.
The winning design is then made by Albarello and displayed in the Museum.
Over the years many beautiful teapots, tableaux and dishes, to name just a few, have been made.
The Museum now bears name plates in the form of tiles made by Albarello.
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