The National Exhibition of the Millennium of Hungary of 1896 was an important milestone in the life of the manufacture.
The eosin technology was a complete success. Whereas the ornamental vessels presented at the exhibition were decorated primarily with folkloric and oriental motifs, in the coming years, following the trends of the time, the ceramic ornamental products of the brand were created in a variety of forms in the spirit of Secession, often enriched with sculptural elements.
More than a hundred varieties of the tulips evoking the finesse of glass chalices were manufactured. The vases, flowerpots, name card holders decorated with slender figures of women were popular at the time, producing an airy effect thanks to the eosin technique.
Secession was also inspired by nature: flowerpots were decorated with a large variety of birds, butterflies, and flowers. To this day, preparing the eosin glaze requires craftmanship: it is characterized by rich colours paired with an iridescent hue.
This special technology is still unique in the world; it is made with secret ingredients based on the traditions of the initial period of the factory.