Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin

Finest porcelain with a royal history – delicate finger work at KPM in Berlin produces luxury items of lasting value in influential styles

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An exclusive pop-up store

KPM stands for Berlin’s Royal Porcelain Manufactory, one of the oldest porcelain makers in Europe. Skilful fingers have been creating filigree chinaware here for more than 250 years. The items are often seen in international collections, where they are valued for their history, their timeless aesthetic and supreme quality. The cobalt blue sceptre, symbolising hand-made luxury, influential design and enduring values, has been the trademark ever since Frederick the Great set up the company.

The themed exhibitions at The Box, our pop-up store in the Hackesche Höfe, change at regular intervals. We are currently showcasing our exclusive atelier edition. What makes this painted collection so special is its combination of classical white vases with vintage decoration from the 1950s, recently revitalised to perfection by our master painters.

Shot from outside of the store logo
Porcelain coffee to go mug
Exterior shot of the store


A guest at KPM

Doris Eisermann talks about the KPM brand