The book of Meissen
Now the standard reference. More than 1200 illustrations, 282 in color, show the history of the Meissen porcelain manufactory in Germany and the products it produced. Years of meticulous research in the Meissen archives have culminated in this unexcelled reference book. Special attention is given to the 19th and 20th century products of the manufactory, which have been neglected in most books on Meissen.
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Chapter Two History of the Manufactory
Chapter Three Red Stoneware
Chapter Four Sculptural Art
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19th century applied arcanists artistic August Bavaria became Berlin bibliography biscuit porcelain blue paint blue underglaze Bottger Bottger stoneware Chinese color copied court crossed swords mark decorated porcelain designed Dresden Dresden China enamel paints England Ernst figurines and groups firing flowers France Friedrich Germany gilding glaze goblet gold Helena Wolfsohn Herend Horoldt Hutschenreuther imitations incisions Johann kaolin kilns King lain large number later pull letters lithopanes manu manufac Marcolini mark Fig Mark on plate medals Meissen manufactory Meissen marks Meissen porcelain motifs moulds name Dresden Onion Pattern overglaze painters Paris paste plate in Fig Plate with Onion porce porcelain decorators Porcelain Factory porcelain manufactory porcelain painting porcelain pieces Prince-Elector produced Prussian red stoneware registered Rococo Royal Manufactory saucer Saxon Strawflower style tableware Teichert Thalers tion tory trademark Tschirnhaus underglaze underglaze decoration Vase white porcelain white ware