|Statement||Siegfried Ducret ; [English translation by Marjorie Gibson Caig].|
|Series||Orbis pictus -- 13|
|LC Classifications||NK4380 D813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p., 19 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||28|
As a budding enthusiast of Meissen porcelain, I found this book enormously enjoyable and informative. Gleeson clearly and entertainingly presents the sometimes complicated and confusing story of the discovery of porcelain in the West. She vividly portrays the various characters involved in the discovery and early development of hard paste /5(68). This book traces the history of Meissen porcelain from the "goldmaker" Johann Freidrich Bottger's first tests to the latest design, "Japan Form", for oriental dishes, that was first shown in Both the most typical and the most beautiful creations of Meissen are shown and by: 1. Beautifully illustrated, this book showcases masterpieces of European porcelain from The Met’s renowned : Jeffrey Munger. It was this intensity and naturalness that the Art Nouveau artist immortalized in his “Hentschel Children” creations from , marking a turning point in the sculptural productions of the Meissen manufactory. The figures’ expression, style, .
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Once worth more than its weight in gold, Meissen Porcelain has graced the households of royalty and artistocracy for hundreds of years. Famed ceramic expert and Antiques Roadshow stalwart John Sandon explores the history of this precious commodity: from its mysterious discovery by an imprisoned alchemist held captive in the King of Saxony's castle, to its reputation as the most /5(5). Collecting Guide: Meissen porcelain European Ceramics specialist Dominic Simpson on the origins of the Meissen factory, from the man who claimed he could create gold to the monarch who commissioned a porcelain menagerie, plus advice on what to collect and how to spot a fake. Meissen, The "Half-Figure Service" (detail), circa Sold for £, via Bonhams (December ). When a tiny yet tasteful tea service turned up at a Bonhams London auction in late , porcelain collectors took notice. The excitement over that diminutive set – minus its teapot, no less – was owed to its rarity and maker: Meissen. Antique Meissen 5” Figurine of Girl with flowers. Ending Feb 16 at PM PST. ANTIQUE GERMANY MEISSEN SCHOOL PORCELAIN CERAMIC FIGURINE GREEK LADY HAND PAINT. $ shipping. Ending Feb 16 at AM PST. Antique 19th C Meissen Porcelain Figurine - Girl w Basket & Rabbit. $ shipping. Ending Feb 17 at AM PST.