dogs a cool look. Traditional porcelain figures have a layer of silver melted over them, thick enough to be polished. Real polishing silver, which in the course of time has a noble patina, which can be left or removed according to taste. In any case, the dog figurines preserve a liveliness that gives them a splendid appearance as an ornamental decorating object or decorative paperweight.
in Germany from hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Dogs Poliersilber is finished with a shiny glaze. The decoration is from polished silver. The functional, romantic living has only some additional parts - from Dackel to Spaniel, from Bulldogge to Terrier.
and a fine painting characterize the figurines of Gräfenthal by Reichenbach.
in Gräfenthal, a small town at the foot of the 'Rennsteig' in the Thüringischen Schiefergebirge(Thuringian Slate Mountain Range ), the company arised from small house paintings and was soon specialized in figurines of porcelain. Thuringia was split in many dukedoms and at the middle of the year 19.th century several such 'factories' were originated, which devoted themselves to small, but very high-quality objects. These got by with little material and transport expenditure, required however a high...
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