Rosenthal Studio Line

Rosenthal Studio Line

Rosenthal Studio Line is a brand of dinnerware manufactured and distributed by Rosenthal, a German dinnerware company who celebrated its 125 year anniversary in 2004. This brand consists of several patterns that constitute a great selection of Rosenthal porcelain dinnerware.

Dinnerware patterns in the Studio Line include:

  • A La Carte
  • Flash
  • Free Spirit
  • Ingredient
  • Landscape
  • Magic Flute
  • Moon
  • Suomi
  • TAC
  • Yono

Some are currently in production while some patterns have been retired. At any rate, these patterns represent creative talent in designing dinnerware. The shapes are amazing.

The Suomi White pattern, though unique, is very practical for serving gourmet recipes. The five-piece place setting is just perfect for a wonderfully set table, and the absence of d├ęcor will make the food look great.

Personally, I like the A La Carte dishes best. They are ideal culinary dinnerware as the dishes are white with no designs. That makes them preferable for displaying food that is appetizing in appearance. These dishes come in various shapes which can accompany certain styles of food and complement a dinner theme. This pattern line was designed by Platt and Young, who are British designers. Included in the selection is an Origami design which I think would be ideal for serving oriental meals.

The Magic Flute design is also incredible. Available in Platinum, Sarastro or White, the shape of dishes is very original with lovely complementary tea and coffee pots.

In addition to dinnerware, the Rosenthal Studio Line also offers stemware, cutlery, accessories, and giftware.

Rosenthal Dinnerware is second to none and it is among the top dinnerware manufacturers world-wide. What I like about the company is they focus on designing dinnerware that is attractive internationally. They employ a lot of people worldwide and their dinnerware is rather fashionable. It is distributed through well-known companies like Bloomingdales, which is an exclusive store founded in 1860 in New York.

They have their eyes open to design which is evident with their collaboration to produce Versace Dinnerware, which was originally designed by a famous Italian designer, Gianni Versace.