In 2003, for the debut of Tichelaar Makkum on the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Marcel Wanders designed a series of 30 different decorated plates in 5 sizes: Patchwork Plates.
Marcel Wanders chose different traditional plates as a base for his work and designed his decorations around various themes: sometimes with an added gold glazing. All plates are partially screen printed and partially hand-painted. By using this technique, he created a fascinating series of contemporary plates.
This plate is one of the first ones ever made. Next to the signature, the 2 letters JM can be found, this means 2003 (10th and 13th letter of the alphabet). The foot-rim has two holes for suspension.
The Patchwork Plates are i.a. in the permanent collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam & Museum of Art & Design New York.
Koninklijke Tichelaar Makkum halted the production of this plate in 2015.
- Tägliches Brot, Teller
- Marcel Wanders
- Tichelaar Makkum
- Patchwork Plates; out of production; the only one we can offer
- Geschätzter Zeitraum
- 2000 - bis heute
- Wie neu - unbenutzt
- 4×26×26 cm