Since 1887, Arzberg has been creating porcelain products such as dinnerware, serveware, and coffee cups. The company's designs have won many international awards for their clean and simple aesthetics. The two most recognized styles are Form 1382, designed by Hermann Gretsch in 1931, and Form 2000, d... Read Moreesigned by Heinrich Loffelhardt in 1954, which continue to be best sellers. Made in Germany for more than 125 years, Arzberg porcelain is known for its high quality and can be found on the tables of the federal chancellery in Germany and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Arzberg porcelain tableware and serveware are dishwasher- and microwave-safe, allowing for quick cleanup. In addition to place settings, beverage-serving accessories come in an assortment of colors, shapes, and sizes. The Arzberg Tric Tart Pan comes in six colors and is microwave-, oven-, broiler-, and dishwasher-safe. Designed by Michael Sieger, this pan has won the iF, Red Dot, Design Plus, and Good Design Awards. The Tric Sugar Bowl or Jam Jar also comes in six colors and holds sugar, honey, jam, or parmesan cheese. The Arzberg Tric Butter Dish is another popular tableware pick, which comes with a plastic cover for preserving butter.