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Decorative porcelain is the

preserve of the Dresdner Porzellan manufacture. And the employees of the manufacture can demonstrate what can be made with the material porcelain. Since beginning the brand Dresden porcelain is connected with luxuriant ornamental objects of porcelain, decorated with applications of blossoms, free flower painting and the painting of sceneries and portraits – and all that on porcelain.

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  • Barock In an opulent manner bowls accompany the candelabras in Baroque finish. Large-scale open-worked with a lush covering of flowers and hand paintings, these artistic baskets are already an eye-catcher without coloring.
    Convincing naturalism points to the roots of the Saxonian Porcelain Manufactory...
  • Dresden Porcelain Barock Opulence is the trademark of the Saxonian Porcelain Manufactory Dresden. Again and again, the over-arching baroque decoration serves as a model.
    The two candelabras with four arms are clearly different in their decor and character. The former, with star-shaped drip pan, a flat foot and a high...
  • Blumenmalerei The floral bouquet of baroque flowers Dresden style is the central motif of the porcelain trays. Composed freely from the canon of the Saxonian porcelain factory Dresden, this seems to float in the center.
    The elaborate frame with cut-outs repeats in its small medallions the flower theme, a...
  • Bukett Treasures provide a great insight into the craftsmanship of Dresden. Many different masterships are united in the playful scent tins of different sizes.
    After craftsmen have masterly completed the filigree breakthrough work, the small boxes are provided with free-standing templates of floral...
  • Dresden Porcelain crib figurines biscuit Expressive, powerful miniatures complete the Christmas crib from Dresden. Artistic serious the crib consists of ten different figures, telling a Christmas story in a festive-romantic way. Every single figure, created with great creative skills, fulfills the intended role with great seriousness. Not...
  • crib figurines white gold Inspired by Greek sculptures Olaf Stoy designed the figures for a Christmas crib. Lush drapery, a play of light and shadow and accents of polished gold make the porcelain figures - hardly larger than a matchbox - even beyond the Christmas season miniature works of art, particularly distinguished by...
  • Easter figurines Small works of art show the entire craftsmanship of the Saxonian porcelain factory Dresden. Tiny porcelain figures and free flower paintings sweeten the anticipation for spring, hoping for it around Easter time. These little pieces of jewelry are a pity to disappear in the drawer after the...
  • Dresden Porcelain Marina Bowls for many uses, with two brush strokes of polishing gold and a tiny historical ornament. The hand-painted white-gold miniature objects are as much at home in the decoration of a display case as on the coffee table or the desk.
  • no. 821 Tamed abundance of manifold strewing-flowers. None is like the other: countless different flowers are bordered by a geometric braid of white-painted leaves, held together with the ox-blood red border. The Chinese influence is unmistakable.
    For the Saxonian Porcelain Manufactory Dresden, the shells...
  • Putto Playful blossom festival with putti and openwork lattice, decorated in free flower painting à la Dresden. Doll faces in goldstaffage make the lovely miniatures objects particularly attractive. The small works of art are thus a sample of the manufactory.
  • Dresden Porcelain Vogelmalerei Naturalistic paintings from the painting workshop in Dresden are created in many different work processes and several layers of colors. The result is a particularly lively artistic representation, characteristic of the Saxon porcelain manufactory. The elaborately open-worked bowl on four feet has...
  • Weiss Baroque splendor with a modern dress, lush floral covering in a pure white variation. Unbleached chandeliers from the Saxonian porcelain factory Dresden concentrate on historical forms which are passed on to the manufactory. Nobel reluctant the character changes without painting to artefacts of past...
  • Weiss-Gold Cool classicism emanates from the amphora with its two swans. Retention also is signaled by the golden staffage. On closer inspection,you discover the elaborate details of the glazed goose-neck and the finely modeled feathering, painted faces, indicated nostrils. With a narrow foot, the vase stands...
  • Dresden Porcelain Weiss-Gold Almost minimalistic: a hand-shaped rose and few strokes of gold seem almost economical, at least in comparison to other products from the Dresden manufactory. Here too, every part is unique, none is the same. Storage for all sorts of small, decorative objects or as a present: The collection shows...
  • Weiss-Gold Saxon classicism of the porcelian manufacture Dresden, whose symbolic power wants for nothing: caryatids, acanthus, palm leaves and pearl bars underline the artful form of the urn vase on its refined platform.
    Virginal white, accentuated with precious gold decoration, foregrounds the...
  • Weiss-Gold The famous basket of the Saxonian Porcelain Manufactory Dresden reveals classicistic curves in a variation without any flowering or painting. A highlight of classicism in the otherwise rather baroque assortment of the manufactory. Strictly beeing geared to the historical archetyps, the elaborately...

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You may have seen one of

the monumental vases from Dresden production in one or other museum. Beside these objects which are produced in Dresden today like before, the Dresdner Porzellan manufacture produces a further range, clearly smaller, but not less interesting objects.

Particularly the sweet small

boxes with bouquets of flowers, cut outs, and with small forget-me-not decorated are to be emphasized. In these boxes we find a lot what is the strenght of Dresdner Porzellan manufacture: a high technical skill with free cutting out of the breakthroughs, the finest elaboration of the blossoms applicated with wafer-thin sheets and needle fine filaments and not least the artistic painting by hand. By many different operations these items from the small dimensions become a veritable piece of art.

Stylistically the products of

the Dresden Porcelain manufacture are connected in their luxuriance to the baroque, however, the elements of the rococo and later also of the classicism also take up. Thus we also find with the decorative Porcelain of Dresden Porcelain a whole series of more sober objects which we can fancy in a building of Schinkel: Lid vases and breakthrough bowls without decoration, discreet play between glazed surfaces and finely worked out reliefs and clear forms which have renounced of the splendour addiction to the construction of the baroque.

Also romantic décors from the

turn of the century, with over and over again in different forms and colours, emergent flowers, blossoms, linked by a foliage from white painted overglaze find their place in the model books of Dresden porcelain.

These products remain nevertheless

a rather small part of the spectrum of Dresdner Porzellan, the biggest part is taken by luxuriant forms, rich applicated flower garlands, coloured or monochrome picture painting and baroque staffage, often in stately size.

However: a lot of this spirit you will discover in these smaller items the same.

Dresden Porcelain

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Dresden: Authentic and Unique, Excessively and Prestigiously. You must'nt be a Porcelain specialist to recognise these pieces of art as of the Dresden genre - not to mistake with the Viennese manner or the gesture of Meißen.

The history of the Dresdner Porzellan

has begun for a long time before the real foundation by Johann Carl Gottlieb Thieme in 1872. In a period of bloom in which in Dresden many house painters white china (Weissware) decorated, also produced Johann Carl Gottlieb Thieme decorative porcelain which he expelled with great success also in his small art dealer's shop and classical art action in Viktoriastrasse in Dresden. His ornamental porcelain completely corresponded to the taste of the upperclass and aristocratic buyers in baroque Dresden. He acquired to himself, nevertheless, already early comprehensive knowledge from the restoration of the royal porcelain collection. Up to the foundation of the porcelain manufacture in Dresden Potschappel the china was imported undecorated as a white product particularly from Thuringia. With the establishment of the then very modern factory of Carl Thieme these also took over the production of the white product. Nevertheless, the history of the Dresdner Porzellan manufacture is not to be thought without modeler of porcelain-flowers Karl August Kuntsch puts down in 1874 on the company of Carl Thieme. The luxuriant flower application which we find on many parts of the Dresdner Porzellan manufacture belongs to the remaining heir of Karl August Kuntsch.

Already in the first years the

Dresden Porcelain manufacture Carl Thieme succeeds in gaining famous prices on the world exhibitions and in expelling his products outside his state and his country. In spite of high penal duties Thieme exports his products to Great Britain, the United States of America and Russia. Primarily specified on adorned porcelain the Dresdner Porzellan completely corresponds to the time taste: invested to the rococo, to the natal aera of the European porcelain, fits out and applied with naturalistic flowers and blossoms, figurines, paints in usual manner in free flower painting or complete tableaux. A specific feature Thieme also already had produced at his lifetimes, were the candlesticks and paraffin lamps which he even exported till the USA.

We find again all these style

elements also today, 140 years after the foundation of the manufacture, in all products of the Dresdner Porzellan. One of the typical elements of the porcelain manufacture is the free flower painting: A central blossom, complements with two minor flowers and tendril work. All this is raised without predrawing and without draft by the porcelain painters on the glazed porcelain. No blossom resembles of the others and also the colour can be an absolutely different one. In this respect every part is, for example, also from a dinner service a unique specimen and bear the hallmarks  of the porcelain painter. The same like with the luxuriant flower applications: On many ornamental objects these flower decorations are to be found, in filigree manner naturalistic worked out, so that yet the filaments may not be missed. These flower decorations are typical for the ornamental porcelain Dresden origin. Another sign that of the Dresdner Porzellan are the freehand cut breakthroughs which we find with many baskets and bowls, but also with the big candelabras in or table candlesticks.

All decorative objects from the

Dresden Porcelain manufacture - Dresdner Porzellan - are no replicas of the past time, but the living continuation of the inheritance the Dresden Porcelain painter and modeler of porcelain-blossoms. With every piece of this unusual brand you hold a unique specimen in the hands. A piece of art which outlasts the times.

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