Founded in Stockholm's Rörstrand castle in 1726, Rörstrand is the second oldest porcelain manufacturer in Europe. Rörstrand’s collections form the basis of Swedish ceramic and pattern design — for example the traditional Swedish Nordstjärna pattern originates from Rörstrand. In 1976, the Rörstrand Museum was opened in Sweden’s Lidköping to present the wide collections of the porcelain factory.
Some popular Rörstrand products:
Today, Rörstrand’s collections feature timeless classics, such as Marianne Westman’s and Oiva Toikka’s designs, as well as new, interesting productions, like a collaboration with the Swedish fashion house Filippa K.