Fürstenberg & Nymphenburg: 275 Years of Porcelain Manufacture

On 11 January 1747 Prince Charles I of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ordered the foundation of the Fürstenberg Porcelain Manufacture on the Weser River as the third German producer of fine chinaware. Later that year the Bavarian Elector Maximilian III Joseph founded the Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufacture in Munich following his marriage to Mary Ann of Saxony, who hailed from the homelands of Germany’s porcelain pioneers from Meißen. These 275-year company anniversaries provide a good opportunity to explore the history of porcelain manufacture not only in Germany, but with a special focus on these two organisations and the competitive artistic environment they had and still have.

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$39 Limited

<p>On 11 January 1747 Prince Charles I of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ordered the foundation of the Fürstenberg Porcelain Manufacture on the Weser River as the third German producer of fine chinaware.

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11 Jan
$39 Limited

<p>On 11 January 1747 Prince Charles I of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ordered the foundation of the Fürstenberg Porcelain Manufacture on the Weser River as the third German producer of fine chinaware.

...
11 Jan

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