It begins at the end of the seventies when Jaap Heinen who draws and paints in Japanese and Chinese Imari style, starts to paint also in the Delft blue style.
Delft Blue Dishes and Bowls Blue Festival
These Delft blue dishes and bowls from the Blue Festival collection of Heinen have a very own style with upright edges and combination of modern and classic blue decorations. Designed by Geke Lensink. In five different versions. Beautiful and robust, unlike other dishes and bowls.
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Delft blue dishes and bowls Blue Festival
These Delft blue dishes and bowls are all part of the Blue Festival collection, a line of contemporary Delft blue tableware by Heinen Delft blue. The collection has a recognizable character with upright edges and a combination of modern and classic blue decorations. Beautiful, robust and distinctive.
Designed by Geke Lensink
After her studies at the ArtEZ Institute of Arts Geke has worked as an independent designer on designing exhibitions, interiors and a variety of projects. In 2008 is Geke began designing furniture and crockery. She says about her mission: It is incredibly interesting, using today's knowledge, to start at the beginning again rather than to continue to evolve. The work of Geke Lensink is characterized by tough forms with a minimalist character.
The Blue Festival design
The tableware designed for Heinen is characterised by clear lines and minimalist design, but also by high standings and the thickness of the material. "All of this creates a tough and contemporary character. The decoration has a clear place in the design. The traditional ornaments and the geometric shapes give the crockery its character. The design is not only meant to appeal to lovers of Delft blue, but also to the people who love the design. It is designed and yet has all Delft blue techniques and features in it.
The Heinen Delft blue story
It starts at the end of 70 years when Jaap Heinen who draws and paints in Japanese and Chinese Imari style, also starts to paint in in Delft blue. In Putten, he begins a small atelier in which he also glazes and bakes. His son Jorrit joins. When - starting from 2007 - the demand for hand-painted Delft blue falls back, Jaap and Jorrit open an own factory in China which produces in Putten designed earthenware, focused on the souvenir market. The hand painting, however, remains a passion and it grows again in popularity since 2015. Employing the best designers, decorators and ceramic-technicians and with love for the centuries-old Delft blue craft, Heinen brings Delft blue tradition and innovation: Creating new traditions.
|Brand||:Heinen Delft Blue|
|Colours||:White and blue|
|Sizes h x Ø||
:Salad bowl 6,5 x 31,8 cm
:Bowl large 6 x 27,8 cm
:Bowl small 8 x 23,8 cm
:Soup bowl 6 x 19,8 cm
:Yoghurt bowl 4 x 15,8 cm
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