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Kopia is a modular tableware family made in porcelain and cork, inspired by an ancient Hungarian ritual of 18th century: The Kopjafa was a wooden… Read More
Kopia is a modular tableware family made in porcelain and cork, inspired by an ancient Hungarian ritual of 18th century: The Kopjafa was a wooden obelisk made not only to celebrate a funeral ceremony but to commemorate the life of a departed person as well, through geometric symbols that used to describe the sex, the character, the profession, the age (etc.) of such person. Only later on, The Kopjafa has become a public object to celebrate a national event, an anniversary or an historical date. Materials: porcelain and cork. Production technic: porcelain moulding. Read Less
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[modular tableware]
Kopia is amodular tableware family made in porcelain and cork, inspired by an ancient Hungarian ritual of 18th century: TheKopjafa was a wooden obelisk made not only to celebrate a funeral ceremony butto commemorate the life of a departed person as well, through geometric symbolsthat used to describe the sex, the character, the profession, the age (etc.) ofsuch person.
Only lateron, The Kopjafa has become a public object to celebrate a national event, an anniversary or an historical date.
The KOPJAFA from the 19th century (Hungary).