It all began with ceramics without any fuzz – ceramic baking tins, milk dishes, pickle pots and other unpretentious kitchen utensils. But gradually, as creative minds were affiliated to Kähler's workshop in Næstved, art found its way into the ceramics. Tiles, vases, pots, utility products, reliefs, everything that could be made out of clay was produced at the pottery, which gradually grew bigger. At Holmegaard Værk we made room for Museum Southeast Denmark's collection of Kähler ceramics, containing almost 6,000 pieces of ceramics and still expanding. Now and for the first time, you can see them displayed all together.