Decorative pig made of porcelain
The designer Sebastian Herkner managed to conjure up a pig with a few details on a simple shape. The characteristic nose alone is enough to recognise a pig in the object. Sebastian Herkner
The round body and a cute curly tail add to this. The minimalist pig called Roro serves as a beautiful decorative element and is also a minor celebrity. The former house pig at the Rosenthal factory in Rothbühl had a sty built for him when the architect Walter Gropius lost a bet.
So today Roro has come to life again in porcelain and is regarded as a tribute to the great friendship between Rosenthal and Gropius.
Sizes & Colours
Available in two sizes and the colours black, white and rosé, Roro does service as a good luck symbol and is also wonderfully suitable as a stylish gift.