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Amelia cup "Hope for tomorrow" by Rafał Oliński

899.00 zł
Designer: Adam Spała
Designed in: 2015
Height (mm): 60
capacity (ml): 180
Diameter: 80
Author of decoration: Rafał Olbiński
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The classic cobalt stripe decoration on the Amelia cup is a sophisticated pattern that adds elegance and subtlety to this everyday item. The thin-walled cup looks exceptionally stylish in this edition.

This classic decoration comes in two versions: either with vertical stripes or with gilt details (on the rim of the cup and saucer, as well as on the handle), giving the vessel an additional shine.

The stripes on the cup are an excellent choice for both elegant and more formal occasions, making the experience of drinking coffee or tea truly exceptional.


Every cup  is carefully handmade in the finest quality English porcelain before being decorated again by hand.

The product has a special protection in the form of underglaze and overglaze marks. The products manufactured in our factory have, among others, factory logo on the bottom. Products made in AS Cmielow Porcelain Manufactory are very well protected against counterfeiting.


The cup comes complete with a certificate of authenticity showing the year of the original design and the name of the sculptor. 


All products are packed in a dedicated, elegant gift box and they are ready to be presented as a unique gift - perfect for every occasion!

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Adam Spała
Designed in
Height (mm)
capacity (ml)
Author of decoration
Rafał Olbiński

Adam Spała

He was born in 1956.

Adam Spała is the 12th owner of AS Cmielow Porcelain Manuactory. 

For many years, he has been designing and creating porcelain works.

For many years, he has been designing and creating porcelain works. His inspirations are: the surrounding world and travels.

He designed the Angelic Orchestra, Cat Orchestra, Jewish Orchestra, porcelain figurines of cats in the characteristic square style. He also created a figurine of the Pink Flamingo, made of pink porcelain.

Thanks to the efforts of Adam Spała, he managed to establish cooperation with Lubomir Tomaszewski - an artist who created new designs of  porcelain sculptures for the factory.

Establishing contact with Zofia Kryńska resulted in the reconstruction of the pink porcelain recipe by the factory, after more than 70 years of interruption in its production.

Thanks to the hard work and huge passion of porcelain Adam Spała, in cooperation with the best artists and modelers, he recreated the original porcelain Matilda Website (with a characteristic square foot). This set was made in Ćmielów on the order of Carol Nicholas II for the Polish prima ballerina Matylda Krzemińska.

He is the initiator and founder of the first Living Porcelain Museum in Poland in Ćmielów (2005).