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Comparing Genuine to copies in Meissen Porcelain   Here The Meissen Man examines the difference of painting and marks that determine whether pieces are outside decorated or not. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3QbJ9qWB2E&t=17s Comparing copies to genuine in Meissen 
An18th century Meissen vase with Commedia' Arte Decoration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtoEBt33VbU Italian Comedy is amongst the rarest subject on 18th century Meissen Porcelain.
A Dresden copy of a Meissen Plate. Watteau scenes of lovers were amongst the most plentiful of Meissen designs in the 19th century, copied from originals made in the middle of the eighteenth century. Helena Wolfson a Dresden porcelain painter and manufacturer was the chief copier. For the most part she marked her pieces with…
Warners of Brasted at Masterpiece The Meissen Man visits Masterpiece 2017 to explore Warners of Brasted Kent selection of good and rare 18th century Meissen. There are few antique specialists left in the UK that sell from outside of London holding stocks of hard to find 18th century Meissen. Warners are such a specialist. The…
Early Meissen Porcelain at the Victoria and Albert Museum The V and A has undoubtedly the finest collection of decorative arts unsurpassed by any museum worldwide. Be it ceramics from the Orient Middle East or Europe and England. Meissen porcelain is represented by several hundred examples from small serving pieces; tea bowls and saucers to…
The Incredible Collection of Porcelain at the Victoria and Albert Museum The Meissen Man discusses the contents of  one of favourite porcelain display cabinets. Chelsea produced some of the finest and rarest figurines in English Porcelain. Other factories such as Worcester Bow and Derby produced their own versions as seen here. Simialrly adjaciently other outstanding…
A Rare Meissen Armorial Wine Glass Holder Armorial's may often be seen on 18th century Meissen Dinner and Tea Service wares such as tea bowls and cups and saucers, plates, coffee and teapots, a serving platters. However there were other utensils that these type of designs representing the insignia of the aristocratic families. Here is…
The following list is just a sample of the many modellers and painters who worked at the Manufactory in the 19th and 20th centuries.  Andresen, Romanus 1874-1926 Bochmann, Max 1874-1942 Gross, Karl 1869-1934 Hentschel, Konrad 1872-1907 Hermann, Fritz 1873-1948 Hirt, Professor Hösel, Erich Oskar 1869-1953 Lange, Arthur 1875-1929 Öhler, Emmerich Volkmar b.1881 Pässler, Otto b.1869…

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