The diverse landscape of the Alps and mountain pastures have fascinated Regula Stüdli since her childhood. Plants in bright yellow and blue, and with a high degree of resilience, used to greet her on her hikes up into the greatest heights. Inspired by this spectacular natural experience, the vibrant yet graceful flower décor was created, combining the beauty of the columbine, Alpine crocus and Star of Bethlehem with delicate leaves and twigs.
Dishwasher suitable Bone China
The surface of Bone China is, in a technical sense, a type of glass and should be treated accordingly.
Please note the following:
Should any film or coating appear, this is usually due to starch deposits which are not always properly removed in the dishwasher. Over time, such deposits can accumulate to form a relatively thin, but extremely resistant, layer which is also encouraged, for example, by:
∙ heavily soiled dishes
∙ hard tap water
∙ wrong dosage of detergent
In general terms, it can be said:
Deposits on glasses and porcelain glazes can only be avoided by an optimal use of water, water softeners, and a cleansing and rinsing agent.
In most cases, these deposits can be removed with a liquid porcelain cleaner, or a ceramic-glass cleaner for ceramic hobs. The glaze will usually remain undamaged. If the film has already formed a very strong bond with the surface, removal can be very difficult, or even impossible in some cases.
As regards dishwasher safety for hard porcelain and bone china, the statement: 'the harder and the less porous the material, the higher the dishwasher resistance', is essentially valid.
This item can safely be used in the microwave.