VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLING

VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLING

Designer

Ted Muehling

Manufacturer

Nymphenburg

Description

Ted Muehling created this iconic Volute Bowl for the porcelain manufacturers, which is presented by Monaco’s Highness Prince Albert II and Bavaria’s Highness Prince Leopold as the "Prix du Design" trophy awarded annually to the most beautiful yacht at the Monaco Yacht Show.

New York-based esteemed artist, Ted Muehling has been designing a variety of collections and objects for Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg since 1999. The vases, lanterns, and candlesticks he has designed are largely inspired by and shaped after corals, leaves, branches, and, in this case, a shell.

Established in 1747, Nymphenburg has--through its relentless commitment to craftsmanship and its sustained collaboration with the premier designers and artists of every era--solidified its position as one of the world’s finest creators of porcelain, serving generations of royalty and having its porcelain immortalized in museums and design collections.

Materials

White Bisque Porcelain, Glazed Inside
Also available with Glazed Celadon or Glazed Pink Shell.

Dimensions

Small
L 7.8 in | L 20 cm

Large
L 14 in | L 36 cm

Lead Time

Upon Request

Price

Small
White | $1,140
Pink | $1,350
Celadon | $1,350

Large
White | $2,180
Pink | $2,710
Celadon |$2,710

VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLINGted muehling nymphenburg white porcelain volute serving bowl
Ted Muehling

Ted Muehling

Ted Muehling was born in New Jersey in 1953. In 1975, he earned a degree in industrial design from the Pratt Institute in New York, where his mentors included designers Gerald Gulotta, Rowena Reed, and William Fogler. Since 1976, Muehling has been designing jewelry and decorative objects.

In 1990, Muehling opened his first shop on the edge of Soho in Manhattan, where he designs and produces multiples as well as one-of-a-kind pieces. Muehling has collaborated on designs with Porzellan-Manufaktur Nymphenburg, E. R. Butler & Co., Steuben Glass, J. & L. Lobmeyr and Wiener Silber Manufactur—the large majority of which are available at Les Ateliers Courbet.

 Muehling’s honors include two Coty American Fashion Critics’ Awards in 1977 and in 1982. He was a finalist in the first annual National Design Award competition offered by the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in 1997, and he was the recipient of the Chrysler Design Award in 2000, and the Pratt Institute Alumni Achievement Award in 2012.

Ted Muehling COLLECTION

WING | T. MUEHLING WING | T. MUEHLING  WING | T. MUEHLING WING | T. MUEHLING  VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLING VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLING  VESUVIUS | T. MUEHLING VESUVIUS | T. MUEHLING  VESUVIUS  | T. MUEHLING VESUVIUS | T. MUEHLING  TULIP VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING TULIP VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  TULIP VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING TULIP VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  TS282 | T. MUEHLING TS282 | T. MUEHLING  SNAIL BOWL | T. MUEHLING SNAIL BOWL | T. MUEHLING  SILVER TRAY SILVER TRAY  SILVER SALT & PEPPER SET SILVER SALT & PEPPER SET  SILVER FLOWER VASES SILVER FLOWER VASES  SILVER CANDLESTICKS SILVER CANDLESTICKS  SALT&PEPPER | T. MUEHLING SALT&PEPPER | T. MUEHLING  PERCHING BIRD | T. MUEHLING PERCHING BIRD | T. MUEHLING  NEST VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING NEST VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  NEST VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING NEST VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  MOTH VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING MOTH VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  MOTH VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING MOTH VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  EGG VASE | T. MUEHLING EGG VASE | T. MUEHLING  CORAL | T. MUEHLING CORAL | T. MUEHLING  CORAL VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING CORAL VOTIVE | T. MUEHLING  CORAL VASE | T. MUEHLING CORAL VASE | T. MUEHLING  CLAM DISH | T. MUEHLING CLAM DISH | T. MUEHLING  CANDLE HOLDER | T. MUEHLING CANDLE HOLDER | T. MUEHLING  BRANCH CANDLESTICK (S) | T. MUEHLING BRANCH CANDLESTICK (S) | T. MUEHLING  BRANCH CANDLESTICK (L) | T. MUEHLING BRANCH CANDLESTICK (L) | T. MUEHLING  BALLOON | LOBMEYR BALLOON | LOBMEYR  BALLOON PAINTED | LOBMEYR BALLOON PAINTED | LOBMEYR  AMPHORA VASE AMPHORA VASE 

VOLUTE BOWL | T. MUEHLING