German Porcelain & Meissen China Photos

Germany is noted for its love of fine porcelain with the most renowned brand being from Meissen which started production in 1710.

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Meissen porcelain plates in Indian or Oriental style at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain plates in leaf form with Japanese-style decoration at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain bowl with dragon decoration at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain fruit plate at New Brunswick Museum. Saint John, NB.
Meissen porcelain plates (1727-30) in Indian or Oriental style at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain plates (c1730) in leaf form with Japanese-style decoration at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain bowl (c1735-40) with dragon decoration at Ariana Museum. Geneva, Switzerland.Meissen porcelain fruit plate (c1750) at New Brunswick Museum. Saint John, NB.
Meissen Art Nouveau tea service by Otto Eduard Gottfried Voigt at Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA.Chinese Porcelain Room in Charlottenberg Palace. Berlin, Germany.Chinese porcelain display in Charlottenberg Palace. Berlin, Germany.
Meissen Art Nouveau tea service (1904) by Otto Eduard Gottfried Voigt at Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, PA.Chinese Porcelain Room in Charlottenberg Palace. Berlin, Germany.Chinese porcelain display in Charlottenberg Palace. Berlin, Germany.

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