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Marianne Seiz

Marianne Seiz Ceramicist
Contact
German
Hours:
Monday to Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Phone:
+43 69917895143
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Fine dishes for fine dinning

  • • Marianne opened her atelier in Vienna in 1993
  • • Her eye-catching ceramics are sought after by restaurants
  • • She is one of few ceramicits training apprentices

Marianne and her brother loved to play in a backyard between their parents’ atelier and their flat, where they found a kind of natural sand pit - a sensual experience that lay the foundation for her wish to become a ceramicist. After graduating from vocational school for ceramics with a distinction in 1992, Marianne, at 20 years old, found another backyard where she opened her own atelier. Still working there today, her distinctive ceramic is famed and celebrated not only by private customers, but also by the Austrian and international dining scene. This is important for her: cooking, eating and drinking has always been of high importance for Marianne and she loves to create dishes that make every single meal a feast.

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Emilia

These porcelain plates are part of the Emilia series characterized by its grace, simplicity and elegant expression of nature. With its soft shapes and decorative patterns, the Emilia series reflect femininity and finesse. All products are available in different colours and embossings.

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Emil & Emilia

These porcelain plates and bowls are part of the Emil & Emilia product lines. Two series featuring feminine and masculine characteristics to mix with each other to form balanced and elegant compositions. All products are available in different colours and embossings.

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Emil

Part of the Emil series, these bowls and plates feature rough shells, fine lines and striking shapes. With its angular and simple appearance, Emil is the counterpart to the Emilia product line. The design is timeless, elegant and gives the food enough space to please the eye.

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Emil

Part of the Emil series, these porcelain containers, plates and spoons feature rough shells, fine lines and striking shapes. With its angular and simple appearance, Emil is the counterpart to the Emilia product line.

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