Danish designer launches a new Christmas collection
December 18th, 2007
Renowned and influential Danish ceramics designer, Anne Black, has launched a collection of Christmas decorations for 2008.
The delicate handmade ornaments are made of white porcelain in a range of shapes, and are available at Tate Modern in London, Le Bon Marche in Paris, and in Australia through Hub Furniture in Melbourne and Sydney.
Anne Black has experienced great success with her personal and unique collections. Her independently developed designs have all been manufactured by hand and with the highest quality materials.
An air of simplicity and underplayed detail is conveyed throughout the collections resulting in classical yet modern designs leading to her label as one of the great contemporary designers of now.
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