Happily far away from the tourist hustle and bustle of Ahrenshoop, the Löber couple lives at the end of a path that leads to a green potter's farm near Neu Tellin.
Those who appreciate the unmistakable Löbersche ceramics, also like to find here. Just as the dragonflies found their way onto plates and cups as if they had flown onto them. So it seems no coincidence that Tine Löber's maiden name is "Puttnies", which means "little bird". The pottery trade plays a major role in the Löber family. Joachim Löber, by the way, is the nephew of the ceramist Wilfriede Maaß, in whose legendary Prenzlauer Berg kitchen there was, after all, quite a buzz in the pre-turnaround days.