Meissen porcelain Photos
Meissen porcelain started in 1710 in the town of Meissen, near Dresden, Germany. Meissen's crossed swords logo was introduced in 1720. Products range from table settings to figurines in a large variety of designs and colors.
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|Meissen - Böttger Red Stoneware (1707-20)|
|Meissen - White Porcelain Beginnings (1708-20)|
|Meissen - Underglaze colors & Chinese Scenes (1720-40s)|
|Meissen - Mythical Beasts & Stylized Oriental Foliage (1720-40s)|
|Meissen - Blue Onion Pattern|
|Meissen - Solid Color with White Quatrefoil Scenes (1730-50s)|
|Meissen - Sculptures (1730-70)|
|Meissen - Swan Service (1742)|
|Meissen - Monkey Orchestras (1753-66)|
|Meissen - Bird, Insect & Flower Designs (1740-60)|
|Meissen - Other 18th-19thC Patterns|
|Meissen - Custom Dinner Services|
|Meissen - 20thC|
All photos on this page are originals by & copyrighted by Jim Steinhart.
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