Rosenthal Porcelain : dishes and souvenirs from famous artists
Porcelain Rosenthal Antique porcelain tray, 19th century
Porcelain Rosenthal appeared at the end of the XIX century. The manufactory was founded by Philipp Rosenthal and named after him. The production, centered in the city of
Frankenthal porcelain: a rarity worthy of museum collections
Part of the 1782 service
Frankenthal porcelain was produced in Germany for only 44 years. The factory could not last as long as the manufactories in Meissen or Nymphenburg. And yet it is
Royal Worcester is a British porcelain brand.
golden tea set
At the end of the nineteenth century, products made in the UK using the blush ivory technology (ivory color) were very popular, and today they are valuable collectibles.
Porcelain Fürstenberg – “white gold” of Germany
Decorative plate in a wooden frame, Furstenberg, In Rheinau, porcelain, wall, collection
Fürstenberg porcelain has been produced for 270 years. This is the second oldest porcelain factory in Germany after the Meissen manufactory, which continues to operate today. The manufacturer
John Flaxman is a brilliant sculptor and consummate illustrator
Detail of the monument to Sarah Morley at Gloucester Cathedral, 1785
Brilliant sculptor and consummate illustrator in the history of English art John Flaxman the famous English sculptor of the late 18th early 19th centuries, a prominent representative of
Porcelain Wallendorf
Figurine Putti with a goat. Porcelain. Germany. Wallendorf. K.Steiner. The beginning of the twentieth century
Wallendorfer porcelain is produced in one of the oldest manufactories in Germany, located in the Thuringian town of Lichte. Unlike many well-known ceramic manufacturers of the 18th and
Ludwigsburg porcelain a rarity and a desirable find for a collector
decorator and artist of the Gottlieb factory Frederick Riedel (1724–1784). the year of creation of the service is 1772 -1773. Items are in museums and rich private collections
The manufactory was founded by order of the Duke Karl Eugen von Württemberg for the production of art pieces of the highest quality from hard porcelain. Ludwigsburg porcelain
Shanks & Co: Victorian Jewelry
Shanks & Co silver cigarette case
The Shanks & Co brand in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was well known not only in tsarist Russia, but also in Europe. Unfortunately, this trademark
What is soft porcelain
British porcelain plate. 1887
Soft porcelain differs from hard porcelain in a smaller amount of kaolin and clay in the composition. Instead, the content of other substances, mainly vitreous additives, has been
Hoechst Porcelain
Porcelain Hoechst
Höchst porcelain has been produced since 1746 in the eponymous district of Frankfurt am Main. The Hoechst manufactory is one of the oldest not only in Germany, but