Author: Verica Sitnik

Verica Sitnik

The Navajo are a Native American people from the Four Corners area of the southwestern United States. [the_ad id=”5″] In the early 1600s, the Navajo people ingrained in the American Southwest, and later stretches across the bigger area. Navajo textiles are produced by the Diné, which is how the Navajo refer to themselves (the word means […]

Verica Sitnik

The Swan Service is maybe the most famous baroque porcelain dinner tableware. It is a product of the well known Meissen porcelain manufacturers, created by  Johann Friedrich Eberlein and  Johann Joachim Kändler between 1737 and 1742 in Germany. [the_ad id=”5″] This important set of porcelain tableware was made for Count Heinrich Graf von Brühl who […]

Verica Sitnik

Cutlery was ordinarily known as flatware or silverware. The term silverware, point to the material it is made from, so the term tableware is more commonly used to avoid confusion, because the material was very rarely silver – only the wealthy could afford silver. [the_ad id=”5″] The cutlery ‘family’ contains all the items used in eating, […]

Verica Sitnik

During the Victorian era, decorative arts were an essential part of the design and style, which includes a grand excess of ornament. [the_ad id=”5″] A big number of techniques has their beginning in the late Victorian era, such as Art Nouveau style and  Anglo-Japanese style, also Asian influences,  the aesthetic movement and  Arts and Crafts […]