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FENEK”, a Polish tableware store with too much sense of style

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Hello! My name is Harie and I am an expat wife in Warsaw.

In this issue FENEK STUDIO, a Polish tableware store with too much sense of style We would like to introduce you to
This is a store that offers a full lineup of loose tableware, not loose characters.

It looks loose, but it is excellent on the inside.
Everything is handmade and carefully crafted, plus dishwasher-safe ^^. (except for some tableware)

It’s right next to the Chopin Museum, so be sure to stop by on your way to see the sights!

Made in Poland! Too sophisticated tableware

A small bowl with a clear eye

The best way to show how interesting FENEK is is to look at the pictures rather than to explain it in words!

Cheburashka style espresso cup
guy mug

It looks loose, but it’s all handmade, so it’s quite expensive.
I think the mug above was 90 zloty (about $2,700).

I think the online store price was about the same as the in-store price, so check it out if you are interested.

teacup-style guy

I bought a teacup-style guy for 60 zloty (about 1,800 yen).

Is it a good match with kyusu? (The teapot is my own.)

It’s so thin that it’s hot when you hold it (lol), but it makes drinking tea fun ^^.

What a loose set of tableware!

All handmade.
The fact that no two are exactly alike tickles the collector’s fancy.

Each face is slightly different, so it’s fun to buy one while trying to decide which face to choose.

It is also nice to know that dishwashers are basically OK.

Some gold designs are not available, so you should ask the store clerk if the dishwasher can be used before buying just to be sure.

The packaging was very well done.

The item I purchased was carefully wrapped as shown in the photo above. Loose stamps too lol.

Payment by cash only!
Cards are not accepted.

Inside the store

The workshop

It is both a store and a workshop. Rather, it is mainly a workshop, and maybe a little bit of a store ^^;

It was interesting to see the process of making the products.

There was also a kiln

From the outside, it looks completely like a workshop, so it may be a little difficult to enter.

Just go in and say “Dzień Dobry!” (which means “Hello”) in Polish and you’ll be fine. (meaning “hello”) and you’re good to go ^^.

They were working silently without caring if I walked into the store, so I could take my time to look at it, which was nice on the contrary. (When I asked him a question, he responded in a pleasant manner^)

Note the business days!

We are open only on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday afternoons. Please note!

FENEK STUDIO Basic Information

address (e.g. of house)Tamka 45B, 00-335 Warszawa
Business HoursTuesday, Friday, Saturday 12:00~19:00
Official Facebook
Online Store
Nearby Tourist AttractionsChopin Museum (1 min. walk), Church of the Holy Cross (8 min. walk)
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