Polish Pottery

Polish Pottery Signature Dinner/Wall Hanging Plate



Add a touch of elegance to your table setting with our Polish Pottery Signature Plates or use them as wall hanging.  They have 2 holes in the back for hanging. 

  • U4
  • Artist-Maria Starzyk, Teresa Andrukiewicz, and Anna Pasierbiewicz
  • Holes on plate to hang on wall
  • Handmade and Hand Painted
  • Microwave and Dishwasher Safe
  • Oven Safe to 450 degrees
  • Refrigerator/Freezer Safe. Bring to Room Temperature Before Placing in Oven
  • Cadmium and lead free.

Shipping and Handling Included

About Polish Pottery

Boleslawiec, the renowned Polish pottery town, boasts a rich history dating back thousands of years, with its remarkable pottery created by artisans tracing roots to 6,000 B.C. Despite facing significant challenges, the artisans of Boleslawiec have persevered, making it one of the world's premier pottery producers.


 “Hand made in Poland” at the bottom of the vessel. UNIKAT pieces have an additional “UNIKAT” stamp to indicate that it is a unique piece. In addition, it features the piece’s pattern number and the artist’s initials, or full name, depending on the quality level of the UNIKAT vessel.

Signature UNIKAT Polish pottery of the highest level of artistry. It is created by extremely talented artists who enjoy the privilege of working on their designs from beginning to end. Thus, these pieces are very limited, and each of them is a remarkable work of art with fine designs.

Instead of just initials, the artists sign the pieces using their full names. Also, the pieces are incredibly unique as they are hand-made and reflect the style and inspiration of a particular artist.

UNIKAT LEVELS  Unikat starts with u3. U being for unikat of course. Ceramika Artystyczna has three "normal" levels of unikat patterns. Those are U3, U4 and U5. Years ago, U4 was the highest level and commanded the highest price. Things have definitely changed and many patterns you may be used to collecting have probably changed categories in recent times. 

Maria Staryzk-As a designer, she has introduced over 1500 unique decorations, starting from color balanced geometrical elements to multi-colored compositions, characterized by her personal sense of freedom. Maria also has incorporated floral motifs that are painted in hues of green, brown, red, yellow and cobalt.

Thersa Andrukiewicz My artistic inspiration stems mainly from watching nature, whereas my imagination allows me to arrange green twigs and colorful flowers in various forms. Ali projects are born suddenly and unexpectedly. They can be stimulated by practically everything from a decorative plant to a beautiful landscape. Artistic activity requires freedom, but pottery, as the material, has certain limits. A good designer is able to realize their free vision in a clear, specific and concrete manner. This is the ideal I am striving to attain.

Anna Pasierbiewicz- My first attempts of creating new designs were projects of painting by colour deposit glazing's. In 1975 at the initiative of current main technologist Andrzej Skowroński and laboratory assistant Urszula Jałowska, the stamps decorating by hand were introduced to the Cooperative.   I was inspired not only by the need to create new patterns but also enrich the pattern-designing with stamp and painting combinations. Owing to this enterprise the Cooperative has recruited a number of lovers of unique decorations.

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review