November 28, 2010

A piece of Meissen.

Filed under: Uncategorized — blindcopy @ 4:21 pm

If you are interested in tableware you might have heard of traditional German Porcelain Manufactury Meissen (Europe’s first Porcelain Manufactury by the way). They are celebrating their 300. Anniversary this year, but their products are still the most sought after collectibles all over the world – even if its decor may look dated in your eyes. I personally find many of the hand-painted pieces very charming. They may not go in line with my usually more puristic taste in interior design. And if you don’t like to put a big flower bouquet painted vase on your living-room shelf, maybe a cocktail ring from Meissen’s Joaillerie will make you happy (provided if you can afford it)?

(All images courtesy of Meissen.)

1 Comment »

  1. so beautiful and elegant! the teapot looks like something from a fantasy or fairytale. i love that plate, second pic.

    Comment by Style Odyssey — November 28, 2010 @ 9:09 pm

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