To honor some of the most beautiful works of world-famous artists like Boticelli, Cézanne, Renoir, Monet, van Gogh, Klimt, and others, Goebel has introduced the Artis Orbis Giftware collection. Drawing inspiration from the masterworks of a wide variety of artists, Goebel has developed an intricate transfer printing process to decorate ceramic giftware with masterpieces such as Monet's "Evening Flowers," Renoir's "Dance in the City," and van Gogh's magnum opus, "Sunflowers." These pieces make fantastic, distinctive gifts that will be cherished for a lifetime! In addition to the Artis Orbis Collection, our collectibles staff has also selected two more distinctive Goebel series for you to consider. Be sure to have a look at the beautiful Smithsonian Collection , as well as our ever-popular Hummel Boxes . Start at the links below to browse and order these wonderful collectible pieces from Goebel!
Artis Orbis Larsson Giftware by Goebel
Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Carl Larsson (1853–1919) was a painter and interior designer. Throughout his career he was recognized as a first-rate illustrator of books.
Artis Orbis Lempicka Giftware by Goebel
Tamara de Lempicka (1898-1980), a native of Warsaw, Poland, has been described as an Art Deco painter. Her style and palette were cool and at the same time sensual.
Artis Orbis Claude Monet Giftware by Goebel
Claude Monet (1840-1926) is the artist most associated with the French Impressionist style of painting; his landscape, Impression, Sunrise, having given the movement its name.
Artis Orbis Mara Giftware by Goebel
Artist Mara paints her pictures in a unique, unforgettable style that shows the influence of ancient cultures. The powerful, warm colors of her palette radiate magical energy.
Smithsonian Collection Giftware by Goebel
The Smithsonian Collection is high-quality porcelain giftware that includes elegant mistletoe “kissing” ornaments and exquisite tea sets with floral designs.
Hummel Boxes by Goebel
Nothing says “Goebel” like “Hummels,” and these delightful Hummel Boxes come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and include the world-famous “Umbrella Girl” and “Umbrella Boy.”