A long-standing connection to Namibia inspired the owner of Gmundner Keramik to initiate a unique art & aid project. An artistic exchange between Gmundner Keramik and the San, a collective term for some indigenous ethnic groups in southern Africa. In several workshops in the Kalahari, artists from the San from the settlements of Donkerbos and Drimiopsis created a number of drafts, which were at first put on paper and then painted on ceramics. The painters from Gmundner Keramik took these drafts as inspiration for some colourful designs and created the San Edition. All editions carry the name of the respective artist who created the original. Since this exchange, Gmundner Keramik supports the San both financially as well as with essential staple food and art supplies, to allow them to continue creating art as their main source of income.
Weight 0.331 kg Diameter 14 cm Height 8 cm Length 14 cm Width 14 cm
Care instructions
Dishwasher and Microwave oven

Care instructions and tipps for your Gmundner Keramik


All Gmundner ceramics are safe to use in the dishwasher.


Our recommendation:

  • Wash at low temperatures: max. 50 °C. This will maintain the appearance and functionality of your tableware.
  • Use powder detergent instead of tabs. Powder is less aggressive and the quantity used is easy to regulate.
  • After the dishwashing cycle has ended, allow the residual steam to escape. This will prevent limescale stains.
  • Check the dishwasher rack regularly for any bent tines and straighten. This will prevent your dishes hitting each other.

Microwave oven

All Gmundner ceramics are safe to use in a microwave oven.


Our recommendation:

After cleaning in the dishwasher, make sure your tableware is completely dried before placing in the microwave. This prevents your ceramics from getting too hot due to residual moisture.