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We have visited one ordinary kitchen in one ordinary house of one ordinary city of Česká Kamenice at the north of Czech republic. But on the table we have discovered not ordinary things only. Check out our kitchen design survey of the Štěch`s family!

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Jiří Pelcl, Bohemia dining set for Český porcelán, 2004

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Michaela Tomišková, Forest Story bowl for Vyrobeno Lesem (Made by Forest), 2010

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Ionna Vautrin, Binic lamp for Foscarini, 2010

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Vintage Czech pressed glass, 1970s

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Antonín Hepnar, Egg, 1990s

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Wiel Arets, Hot It kettle for Alessi, 2009

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Norway Says, Plus salt and pepper mill for Muuto, 2008

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Whitefruits, Hopkirk vase, 2008

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Jakub Berdych, Lace vase for Qubus, 2008

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Jessie Tait, Porcelain tea set with Sienna pattern for Midwinter, 1962

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Maxim Velčovský, Lots of Dots porcelain set for Qubus, 2005

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Jiří Kožíšek, Cup with the drawer, 1990s

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Alessandro Mendini, Anna G Corkscrew for Alessi, 1994

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Czechoslowakia coffee porcelain set, 1960s

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Bořek Šípek, Vase for Ajeto, 1990s

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Alfonso Bialetti, Bialetti coffee pot, 1919

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Thöpferei Thomas Thunig, Big ceramic bowl, 2010

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Lladró Christmas bell, 2010

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Ladislav Sutnar, Glass tea set, 1931