Kähler is attractive, modern design products rooted in a unique story of handicrafts going all the way back to 1839.
Today, Kähler is one of the most innovative Scandinavian ceramics brands, which is popular not only in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, but also in many countries outside Scandinavia.
The first Kähler vase was turned in 1839 at the small pottery studio in Næstved, Denmark, by Herman J. Kähler, a potter from Holstein. But the ceramics story did not really begin until his son, Herman A. Kähler, took over the workshop in 1875. In 1889, - the same year as the Eiffel Tower was built - Kähler's ceramics were displayed at the World Exhibition in Paris.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, the historical Kähler workshop was the gathering point for many of the greatest Danish artists of the time, such as Thorvald Bindesbøll, Svend Hammershøi and Kai Nielsen.
In 2008, the architect Frantz Longhi took over the rights to the old ceramics workshop, from where this innovative design brand's modern adventure began.