The Thomas brand is celebrating its 120th anniversary.
Since June 1903, when the first stone was laid for the factory in the Bavarian town of Marktredwitz and almost a year later the first porcelain firing took place there, Thomas has kept in step with the times. Thomas has been part of Rosenthal since 1908.
Known for its classic assortment of collections from Nature, Clay and Cliff to Trend, Loft and Sunny Day – the brand has something for everyone.
As an ode to Thomas’s longevity, here is a closer look at some of its classic collections:
An eye-catcher of handmade appeal: The porcelain classics “Trend”
Known for its distinctive rounded shapes and fine grooved structure, the porcelain classics “Trend” by the designer duo Queensberry Hunt has long been one of the most successful household series worldwide. Modern in natural colour variations or traditionally in white, the collection is a proven eye-catcher of handmade appeal that fits all occasions.
Modern design for everyday use: The tableware series “Loft”
The beloved series also includes another design creation by the Britons Martin Hunt and David Queensberry, “Loft”. A timelessly elegant shape that combines round, angular and oval elements and is known for its striking grooved structure, the series offers a lot of flexibility for creative compositions, whether in colour or in white.
As versatile as life itself: The “Sunny Day” colour line
Colour, fun and the creative mix & match define the “Sunny Day” collection by Thomas. The trendy shades emphasise the outlines of the distinct porcelain shapes and can be easily combined with each other – depending on the mood or composition, they create living worlds that offer the enjoyment of food to the full.
Entirely in the spirit of nature: The youngest newcomer “Clay”
The “Clay” collection gives off a rustic sensuality. With the subtle, natural shades of Earth, Sky, Rock, Rust and Smoke, this stylish series brings a touch of nature to the table. The line impresses with its functionality and the inherent naturalness of the material stoneware, which looks almost like clay here. The grooved structure and the black speckles in the material gives the plates and cups an authentic handmade look.