Porcelain
Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and 2,600 °F). The toug...
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China’s most traditional technique of...
China’s most traditional technique of porcelain. It is amazing ,do you agree with me?
BBC Beautiful Thing A Passion for Porcelain
Documentary in which Ros Savill, former director and curator at the Wallace Collection, tells the story of some incredible and misunderstood objects - the opulent, intricate, gold-crested and often mu...
Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory
All pieces that cannot be shaped on the potter's wheel are cast by hand. To this end, the so-called slip, the liquefied porcelain paste, is filled in plast...
Barbara Flügel
entstanden während des Mediacamps Movie an der MD.H Berlin im Jahre 2010 Mitwirkende: Victoria Domke, Diana von Unruh, Christian Niels Elies, Clara Fendel,...
Porcelain
Compare Chinese Antique Porcelains with Japanese ones.
Chinese ceramics
台北故宮珍藏明代瓷器.
Chinese ceramics
Chinese ceramic ware shows a continuous development since the moderndynastic periods and is one of the most significant forms of Chinese art. China is richly endowed with the raw materials needed for...
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Japanese pottery and porcelain
Japanese pottery and porcelain (陶磁器, Jp. tojiki; also 焼きもの, Jp. yakimono; 陶芸, Jp. tōgei), is one of the country's oldest art forms, dates back to the Neolithic period. Kilns have produced earthenware,...
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Soft-paste porcelain
Soft-paste porcelain is a type of a ceramic material, sometimes referred to simply as "soft paste". The term is used to describe soft porcelains such as bone china, Seger porcelain, vitreous porcelain...
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Hard-paste porcelain
Hard-paste porcelain is a ceramic material that was originally made from a compound of the feldspathic rock petuntse and kaolin fired at very high temperature. It was first made in China around the 7t...
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Medici porcelain
Medici porcelain was the first successful attempt in Europe to make imitations of Chinese porcelain. The experimental manufactory housed in the Casino of San Marco in Florence existed between 1575 and...
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Meissen porcelain
Meissen porcelain or Meissen china is the first European hard-paste porcelain that was developed from 1708 by Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus. After his death that October, Johann Friedrich Böttger...
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Vincennes porcelain
The Vincennes porcelain manufactory was established in 1740 in the disused royal Château de Vincennes, in Vincennes, east of Paris, which was from the start the main market for its wares.
The entr...
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Sevres Porcelain
2°13′21″E / 48.82861°N 2.22250°E / 48.82861; 2.22250The manufacture nationale de Sèvres is a porcelain factory in Sèvres, France. Formerly a royal, then an imperial factory, t...
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Villeroy & Boch
Villeroy may refer to:
Monastery of Santa Maria de las Cuevas
The Monastery of Santa María de las Cuevas, also known as the Monastery of the Cartuja (Charterhouse), is a religious building on the Isla de La Cartuja in Seville, southern Spain.The Andalusian Conte...
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Seljuq pottery
Seljuq pottery was the pottery of the Seljuq Empire. With the end of the Seljuq Empire in the 14th century, the Ottoman Empire took over some of the traditions of the Seljuqs, especially in the early ...
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Rudolf Kämpf
Rudolf Kämpf is a porcelain manufacturer in the Czech Republic.
Benjamin Franklin Hunt founded the Egerländer Porzellanfabrik Elbogen, G.m.b.H. on 15 June 1907 in Loučky in Nové Sedlo after receiv...
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Volkstedt porcelain
Volkstedt porcelain manufactury sited in Rudolstadt, Thuringia, Germany, was the earliest porcelain manufactory in Thuringia. It is still in business as Aelteste Volkstedter Porzellanmanufaktur, the "...
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