The Dresden Porcelain Collection: China, Japan, Meissen

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Independent Publishing Group, 2006 - Art - 140 pages
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Detailing a selection of outstanding masterpieces, this catalog provides an overview of the Dresden Porcelain Collection, which comprises more than 20,000 pieces, including Chinese porcelain from the Kangxi era, Japanese porcelain from the 17th and early 18th centuries, and porcelain from the contemporary Meissen manufactory. Founded in 1715 by August the Strong, this collection is one of the most comprehensive and important ceramic collections in the world, having earned itself a special "Porcelain Palace" display.

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