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»Friedländer & Burri« Stoneware Plate 27 cm Set of 4

White and Black Stoneware Plate 27 cm Set of 4  | Hand-thrown Artisanal Quality | »Polar« Ceramic Design Collection 2015

100% Clay
Hand thrown

Made in Germany


Experience this subtly speckled black and white matt stoneware plate set »Friedländer & Burri«. The large 27 cm high quality stoneware plates are ideal for serving main courses. The genuine stoneware plates are hand-thrown by one of the last family-run stoneware manufacturers in Germany. All REH (GERMANY) stoneware ceramics are signatured at the bottom and feature a dishwasher-safe quality, that withstands water heated up to 70 °C or more. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, it is designed for everyday use, making it suitable for various settings including homes, restaurants, hotels, holiday retreats, and professional office spaces.

The »Friedländer« plate is an homage to the Bauhaus ceramicist Marguerite »Friedländer«-Wildenhain from Lyon, France. She was the first woman to achieve the Master Potter certification in Germany (1925) after studying at the Bauhaus.

The »Burri« plate is dedicated to the Bauhaus ceramicist Werner »Burri«, who created a diverse body of ceramic work in form and decor.

Combine this 27 cm plate set with the matching 22 cm plate set of four, as well including a quantity discount.

Echte Steinzeug Keramik von REH (GERMANY) Handgedreht in Deutschland

This ceramic is part of the black and white matte »Polar« Tableware Collection designed in 2015, from which the grey and unglazed collection »Singular« evolved, in 2021. All ceramics are designed to be mixed with each other in every day life.

Embracing both polarity and singularity, becomes a path to understanding the profound interplay of existence. It invites us to navigate life's complexities while recognising the underlying unity that binds us all. In this delicate dance between the dual and singular, we find a deeper connection to the fabric of existence itself.

Traditional stoneware ceramics with a modern, minimalist design by REH (GERMANY). Handcrafted in Germany, featuring dishwasher-safe quality.

Singular Product

While our ceramic collections seem homogeneous at first, each piece is singular with subtle unique differences, influenced by factors such as hand-thrown production on the potter's wheel, glazing, shrinkage during the drying processes, and the varying heat temperatures depending on the oven placement during the double-firing process.

Handcrafted Tradition

Using hand-thrown stoneware embodies the idea of a connection between an artist and a community, a link with other people rather than with factories, machines or corporations. Since hand-thrown stoneware ceramics are based on the tradition of human interaction, they represent an investment in an aesthetic that values patience and celebrates humanity in object.

Die deutsche Designerin Eliza Helmerich und der Steinzeug Keramikmeister Thomas Thunig fotografiert von Kerstin Müller in 2023


  • Large plate size Ø 27 cm
  • Choose between black and/or white matt finish*
  • Subtle dark speckles
  • Hand-thrown signatured Ceramic
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Waterproof

* Note: Please email your preferred choice of colours to Otherwise we send two of each style.

Material Characteristics

Artisanal Process and Excellence

All REH (GERMANY) ceramics are entirely made by hand, from shaping the stoneware on a potter’s wheel to glazing. The entire handmade production with drying periods and a double-firing process for each ceramic piece takes about 14 days.

Spülmaschinentaugliches Steinzeug-Keramik von REH (GERMANY). Jede Keramik wird von Hand gedreht, glasiert und so heiß wie Porzellan gebrannt.

Difference between Earthenware, Stoneware and Porcelain

Incorrectly, earthenware (Steingut) is often mistaken for stoneware (Steinzeug) on the market, today. However, it is important to distinguish earthenware from stoneware, because it is of lower, cheaper quality and less durable compared to genuine stoneware ceramics.

1.0 Earthenware is fired at lower temperatures (1000-1100°C), making it porous and less dense. It’s relatively soft and can chip or break easily, and is less water-resistant compared to stoneware or porcelain.

2.0 Stoneware, fired at higher temperatures (1200-1300°C), is denser and more robust due to a higher clay mineral density, offering better liquid resistance and durability, especially when fired at 1300°C. Therefore all REH (GERMANY) stoneware ceramics are fired with a temperature of 1300 °C. The grey or speckled clay give the stoneware ceramics its natural character in colour and texture.

3.0 Porcelain, is equally fired at very high temperatures (1300°C), has a dense, glass-like surface and is exceptionally hard, impact-resistant, and durable, owing to a higher kaolin content.

In summary, porcelain and stoneware fired at 1300 °C are the highest quality and most durable materials. The higher the firing temperature and the purer the composition, the finer and more durable the end product.

Function and durability

The high-quality stoneware ceramics are dishwasher-safe and waterproof, as they are fired at temperatures of 1300°C, similar to porcelain. The ceramics withstand heat and water heated up to 70 °C. Our teapots, planters, vases etc. are also waterproof and won’t leak. Therefore, both stoneware tableware and plantware are ideal for the use in restaurants, cafés, hotels, or at home.

Genuine Stoneware tabeware and planters by REH (GERMANY) hand-thrown by one of the last stoneware manufacturers in Germany.


The speckled basalt clay features irregular speckles. At high furnace temperatures, the iron in the basalt-spots melts, leaving behind very few, fine but dark spots. The unique nature of the speckled effect depends on the size of the particles, the distribution of sizes, their abundance, the colour of the clay and the degree to which they melt. Another factor is the characteristics of the glaze e.g. degree of matteness, colour, thickness of application, the way it interacts with the basalt-spots, has as well an effect on the appearance. Therefore each piece has a very unique character, moreover slight deviations in size are possible due to the handmade quality.

All Resources

Product Material

100% speckled basalt clay (Origin: Germany)

Care Guide Card

100% Natural Cardpaper


100% Recycled Packaging Materials

100% Recycled Paper, Cardboard


Clean by hand or in a dishwasher at 70 °C or a higher temperature.

To remove stains or any other possible deposits caused by tea or coffee, simply use a metal sponge or scouring milk.



Size Guide

Diameter: 27 cm

Height: 2 cm

Note: Due to the handmade quality each ceramic piece has a unique character, therefore slight deviations are possible.


Preserving Cultural Heritage

Choosing our stoneware ceramics means acquiring more than just high-quality ceramics. Above all, you’re supporting artisans and safeguarding their invaluable expertise in crafting stoneware ceramics, thereby preserving this artisanal tradition as cultural heritage.

The traditional, family-operated Saxon ceramic manufacturer, responsible for crafting all the stoneware tableware and plantware designs by REH (GERMANY), was established during the German Democratic Republic (DDR) in 1976. To this day, it remains a small, dedicated team.

Traditionelle Steinzeug Keramik mit modernem, puristischem Design von REH (GERMANY). Handgedreht in Deutschland, mit spülmaschinentauglicher Qualität.

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