National Traditions

As you know, the classics are always trendy. It’s no wonder they are called timeless! Want a exemplary Czech porcelain? Then look no further. National Traditions is Rudolf Kämpf’s eternal series. All porcelain items are designed in Rococo style, heavy with exquisite decorations and graceful ornamentation. Moreover, the National Traditions porcelain ware is truly authentic, because it copies a collection created in 1920. According to brand’s archives, the initial concept about the shape and design was proposed by the artist’s son. At first, his ideas were ignored. However, a notable Czech nobleman visited Rudolf Kämpf porcelain works and took great interest in the sketches lying on the artist’s table. The porcelain set was manufactured and sold to the nobleman, and the young man got the job of his dreams. Subsequently the collection has been modified and in different forms emerged on the tables of many wealthy and important people. For example, one National Traditions set, decorated with matte gold staffage, won a recognition of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, President of Czechoslovakia. The Czechoslovak president was not the only luminary giving preference to Rudolf Kämpf porcelain items. Our company’s porcelain adorned the houses of Vaclav Havel, the 1st president of Czech Republic, Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States, Harald V, the King of Norway, Masoud Barzani, President of the Iraqi Kurdistan, Pope John Paul II, Svetlana Medvedeva, wife of the 3rd President of the Russian Federation, Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of Kazakhstan, Pierre Cardin, couturier and designer. Currently as a part of the National Traditions collection we offer a wide range of porcelain items: you can buy porcelain tableware or additional items and accessories. The complexity of the original body form and refined Rococo stylization, with its rich décor, favoured the popularity of the National Traditions porcelain ware on the market.

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