The collection, created jointly by the Polish company Reserved and the renowned “Bolesławiec” ceramics factory, combines Polish ceramics with the world of fashion and interior design, giving a modern twist to classic Central European motifs.
The primary goal of Reserved’s designers was to preserve the distinctive Bolesławiec aesthetic, while still achieving a novel look that would impress not only Polish ceramics fans but fashion lovers as well.
The collaborative work began with an in-depth study of the ceramics production process: after analyzing the samples and exploring the stages of production, the designers meticulously hand-drew the patterns and carefully selected the colors, which were then transferred to stamps and, to ensure that even the smallest details were perfectly visible, hand-finished with tiny brushes.
The tableware collection is made up of ten exquisite models: appetizer and dinner plates, bowls, mugs, cups and a jug with a lid make up this tasteful assortment. The shapes of the tableware faithfully represent the Bolesławiec ceramics aesthetic, while the graphic layout is bold and innovative. Compared to the original, atypical motifs have been combined in new compositions to create a unique look. While maintaining the unlimited combinations offered by the dinnerware set, the brand’s fans are also treated to exciting surprises. Furthermore, the home furnishing range includes the brand’s signature pillowcases in a variety of patterns, as well as a versatile jacquard blanket, perfect for use on a bed or as a picnic blanket. The interior design items proudly bear the "Made in Poland" label, as they are all made in Poland.
The prêt-à-porter clothing collection includes both women’s and little girl’s pieces in the distinctive colors of Bolesławiec ceramics, such as bright cobalt, blue and off-white. All the clothes in the collection can be perfectly combined with each other, so you can create countless sets from the individual pieces.
The well-known Bolesławiec patterns also appear in new, exciting graphic compositions, such as the decorative pansy or the peacock’s eye motif embellished with colorful flowers. The most popular peacock motif also appears in crochet and as a pattern on the jacquard fabric. The garments are enriched with unique details such as ruffles, straps, and ties, as well as different textures, making the pieces unique and exciting.