Eva Zeisel, Museum Dinner Service, 1945-1970. Porcelain. Designed for the MoMA exhibition, which was the first for ceramics and the first which featured a woman designer. Via Goldstein Design Museum.

Zeisel, who was 105 when she died 2011, was one of the 20th century’s most significant ceramics designers. Her work spanned over eighty years, starting from her very early twenties until the end of her life.

©

You may also like