Polish tableware is slowly gaining popularity among women in Japan. Polish Tableware (Polish Pottery) Polish tableware is slowly gaining popularity among women in Japan.
Some people may visit Poland to buy Polish tableware.
In this issue. We would like to introduce you to Galeria Bolesławiec & Studio Ceramiki, a store specializing in Polish tableware, located a 5-minute walk from Warsaw’s Central Station!
Galeria Bolesławiec & Studio Ceramiki, a store specializing in Polish tableware
This store stocks products from Zakłady Ceramiczne “BOLESŁAWIEC”, a long-established manufacturer of Polish tableware.
The store was spacious and roomy, with a good selection of goods.
It is also conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from Warsaw Central Station.
From the next chapter, we will show you the Polish tableware we found in this store with many photos.
Location & Hours of Operation
|address (e.g. of house)||al. Jerozolimskie 49, 00-696 Warszawa|
|Business Hours||Closed on Sunday|
Introduction to Polish Tableware! Traditional Patterns
The Polish Tableware!
Let us first introduce a series of traditional patterns found in this store.
The traditional pattern is very simple. Many manufacturers make this traditional pattern.
I think it’s too simple for me, but I hear that if you are a connoisseur of Polish tableware, the simplicity of it is conversely profound ^^.
Traditional patterns are less expensive than other designs.
The “Peacock Eye ” pattern is representative of Polish tableware.
It is called so because it looks like an eyelet pattern of peacock feathers. It is a pattern that seems to go well with Japanese cuisine.
This is another typical “Mosquito” pattern.
This is the common name given to the green pattern that looks like a “mosquito.
And there were plenty of other traditional patterns, or arrangements of traditional patterns!
On the next page we’ll show you some gorgeous, uniquely patterned Polish tableware!