Freehanded Design Porcelain
After I started my career in creating new designs from antique porcelains, it was a big question whether I’ll be able to get enough damaged, but high quality porcelains.
As my creations became more and more popular many antique dealers learned about my need. Thus, several famous art dealers are buying porcelains for me. After people read or heard some of my interviews in the media, art collectors, museums, and individuals came to me with their donations.
It is important to know that I only work with original hand-painted specialties, from the largest porcelain factories. If I get a piece that is unknown to me, I work with collectors or art dealers to reveal its origin. So, the pieces that branded with my logo are sure to be part of our heritage and history.
I use industrial precision glass cutting machines when working in my shop. With these I can create any eye-catching artistic form that these hand-painted little masterpieces will require. Porcelain is a hard piece of material that can withstand everyday wear and wash in rings on your fingers. It does not break easily at all, because its edges are treated with a free-handed polishing technique that I developed to create a hardened rounded surface that is virtually unbreakable.
I take a long time selecting which motifs to use in my jewelry. I like to express myself with the small, delicate designs. I also enjoy using the intarsia technique, in which I combine two different porcelains harmonized together by cutting out motifs so that they create a unified piece. This is how a Zsolnay and a Herend porcelain become one, creating a piece that is close to our hearts. Each of my creations proclaims that I keep the values of the past in a new form for the future.