From Japan to Kecskemét – Dorottya Vértessy’s ceramics

Date: 2022.05.10
Dorottya Vértessy is undoubtedly fluent in the language of ceramics.

Her portfolio features a contemporary fine dining serving set alongside a Zsolnay-style painted porcelain vase, a sushi dinner set with Japanese elegance and rustic fired ceramics. This is a selection from her portfolio.

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