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Johann Haviland China, Midnite Rose JOH51 China Replacement

Johann Haviland China, Midnite Rose pattern JOH51 replacement china made in Bavaria Germany; Designed by Eva Zeisel

Eva Zeisel, a remarkable woman. She is still alive today at 104 years old. She was born November 13th, 1906 in Budapest Hungary. Eva began her journey in fine arts at 17 years old. She received her first recognition shortly after that. She moved to Germany where she became one of the first ever (and certainly the first woman) to move ceramic arts into contemporary mass production. Her experience from that point was in Berlin and other factories in Hamburg and throughout Europe. See more information at bottom of page.

midnite rose dinner plate  Midnite Rose by Johann Haviland, Bavaria Germany
  Description: Blue floral, coupe shape, platinum trim
  Status: Discontinued: 1965
  Condition: Used; Little if any sign of use.
midnite rose cup and saucermidnite rose backstamp

DESCRIPTION item description ITEM ID item identification AVAIL. pieces available PRICE EA. price each piece ADD TO CART shopping cart
Platter 13" oval JOHMIDp13 1 $54.99 Add to Cart
Vegetable Serving Bowl 7 1/2" round JOHMIDrv 1 $44.99 Add to Cart
Sugar Bowl w/Lid JOHMIDsu 1 $34.99 Add to Cart
Creamer JOHMIDcr 1 $29.99 Add to Cart
Dinner Plate 10 1/2" JOHMIDdp 12 $17.99 Add to Cart
Bread Butter Plate 6" JOHMIDbb 8 $7.99 Add to Cart
Soup Bowl 7 1/2" JOHMIDso 12 $11.99 Add to Cart
Fruit Berry Bowl 5" JOHMIDfr 8 $9.99 Add to Cart
Cup w/Saucer JOHMIDcs 0 $17.99 Sold
Saucer JOHMIDs 1 $5.99 Add to Cart
Covered Vegetable (crowfoots on bottom of bottom
does not go through to inner side)
JOHMIDcv 1 $47.99 Add to Cart
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In 1932 she moved to Russia. There she was appointed Artistic Director for the Porcelain and Glass Industries for the entire country. Eva became caught up in one of Stalinist purges and was arrested in 1936 for “conspiring to kill Stalin”. The charges were “trumped up” and after spending 15 months in basically solitary confinement, Eva was released with no explanation. She fought her way to America and settled in New York where she still lives today.

She has may honors and outstanding achievement awards around the world. From her “Living Legend Award” at Pratt Institute of New York to one of the highest awards given to a non-British subject, the “Honorary Royal Designer award” from London. Her works can be found in museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Eva Zeisel is an amazing woman and has worked long and hard to get her design out to all of us. She still creates and designs today and her unique artistic vision is pleasing to the eye.