Loved, desired and valued
The manner in which porcelain symbolizes the consolidation of art and workmanship-perfection is simply fascinating. Porcelain was first created in the Chinese empire around the year 620. From the 13th century onwards, porcelain established itself among the royal courts of Europe. In order to circumvent the enormous cost of importing porcelain, an enormous Europe wide effort was made to discover the secret behind porcelain production. After numerous failed attempts, success finally arrived in 1708 when the process was recreated in Dresden. The methodology was subsequently perfected in the neighboring town of Meißen. In the following decades, numerous manufactories sprang up all over Europe, which contributed to the continued development of porcelain art. To this day, top quality can only be guaranteed through meticulous workmanship, which requires immense patience, experience and the production of self-produced porcelain mass and colors.
In the Auctionata shop you will find this white gold in its purest form and in the most diverse styles. Whether elegant, playful or modern- discover exclusive specimens for your home and complete services for a stylish household. Our shop also offers fine cutlery and other unique top quality items from the best manufactories such as Meissen, KPM, Herend, Nymphenburg and Rosenthal.
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