scale are not yet the starting point for the possibilities offered by the Dresden Porcelain factory, but give a first insight into the canon of the different flowers, which are destinctivley naturalistic hand-painted. Each one is unique: they are both a small collection or an individual piece of artistry.
Germany from hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Ludwigsburger Relief is finished with a shiny glaze. The decoration is applied on the glazing, is hand painted and has an edge of polished gold. The functional, classical dinnerware has only some additional parts - mocha cup w/ saucer Strohblume, from mocha cup w/ saucer Aster to mocha cup w/ saucer Tulpe.
Hallmark Dresden Porcelain
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.
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...
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