Back in 1839 the Kähler workshop in the provincial town of Næstved acted as a playground for renowned artists who were given the liberty to let their imagination run free and experiment with techniques relating to ceramics and glazes.

This unique history is combined with a high standard of craftsmanship and an ambition to be the frontrunner on the ceramic arts scene, with designing, moulding, painting and much more still taking place at the same place on the Danish island of Zealand.