Over the course of the last years, the small Berlin-based manufacturer Herin has acquired an excellent reputation all over the world for its tableware. Currently theie first glass and textile collection is debuting at the interior trade fairs in Paris and Frankfurt.
Similar to their 750-piece porcelain collection, each glass is manufactured in Germany, using traditional handcraft methods.
Star cooks like Santi Santamaria (El Racó de Can Fabes, Sant Celoni, Spain), Charlie Trotter (Charlie Trotter's, Chicago), Pierre Gagnaire (Pierre Gagnaire, Paris), Thomas Keller (The French Laundry, New York) and Heston Blumenthal (The Fat Duck, Berkshire, UK) rely on their biscuit porcelain.
Designer Stefanie Hering won internationally respected design prizes (e.g. Gold Medal/Ceramic Biennale in Korea 2009, ICFF Editors Awards Craftsmanship) and her designs are found in many collections like the MoMA New York, the Deutsches Historisches Museum und the Kunstgewerbemuseum, Berlin, and the Musée National de Céramique Sevres, France.
For more information see: Hering Berlin.