Porcelain beaker by Stefanie Hering
They are around 11 cm high and visually extremely discreet. They fit perfectly in the hand, so that you don't want to let go of them again. Above all, the handmade beakers from Hering Berlin contain everything that makes up the secret and fascination of high-class porcelain.
Because no matter whether you fill them with hot tea, cold water or well-chilled champagne: The material helps to maintain the temperature of the drinks. At the same time, it is so thin that every sip is a pleasure. Thanks to designer Stefanie Hering's special understanding of materials, who, as a trained master ceramist, drives the development of each individual model with her own experiments, other special properties become noticeable as soon as you take one of these beakers in your hand: Inside, it is glazed so brilliantly that incident light is reflected. On the outside, the surface is unglazed, hand-cut bisque porcelain. The pleasantly velvety and cool feel makes each beaker good to hold.
For precisely these reasons, the simple objects are among the most popular gifts at Hering Berlin:
The Star Beaker
The Hering Berlin newcomer also displays a special sophistication of contemporary design: a beaker with a golden star emblem that shines on every table, from breakfast to an opulent dinner, and signals the highest esteem to the recipient. For the finely crafted décor can only be realised in meticulous detail by masters of their trade. On pure bisque porcelain, the abstract golden star emblem shimmers with particular warmth. This motif, developed by Stefanie Hering as recently as 2022, stands for a very sensual, mindful luxury. Each cup is unique and bears the mark of the hand that created it.
If you are looking for a very personal gift (for yourself or others), you can also have the beakers personalised with initials or numbers. Or create a small message with several letter and symbol beakers.
In this way, the beauty and mastery of the "white gold" in Stefanie Hering's modern interpretation always resonates in each of the objects that are useful every day.
SODA by Stefanie Hering
Delicate blue rings and lines trace the shape of the vessel and characterise the “Soda” collection by Stefanie Hering. Designed in 2005, “Soda” is one of the most complex designs in terms of the manufacturing process that designer Stefanie Hering has developed to date.
WEDDING | Hering Berlin
A decision for life that is not only manifested in the word "yes": Those who get married move house or redecorate; but in any case, objects are on the wedding lists that accompany the couple through their future together. The most common wish: a dinner service.