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Dresden "lace"

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Dresden" lace": what is the secret of porcelain figurines, which seem to dressed in elegant outfits.


Vintage German lace porcelain. Franz Witter Dresden." Three girls playing"


Rare Dresden Germany Twin" Dancing Ladies"

Admire them endlessly. Everyone who first sees these statues, thinking that those lush lace, which is so wants to touch, just put on top at the statues. But actually it"s not @too - they are porcelain and very fragile, so touching them is not desirable. But believe it is quite difficult. So where and how do such beauty?

the German" lace"

This amazing porcelain, it seems so easy and weightless, called" Dresden porcelain", it was in this city in the early XVIII century and was opened the secret of its manufacture. At the end of the same century began the mass production of figurines. They were mostly figures of ballerinas, dancers, beautiful ladies in fluffy dresses of the finest lace, gallant gentlemen.

Gentle colors @- pale-розовая or blue @- further enhances the impression of lightness and airiness of their outfits.


Antique Girl Porcelain Dresden Lace Muller-Volkstedt

the process of creating these statues looked like this:
Lace was immersed in a special porcelain mass, enveloping them, then formed them clothes directly on the statues and sent to kiln. While the textile lace had burned down and there remained only porcelain.

Initially,-за that the temperature at which the wizard held the firing was not high enough, the lace was very fragile and often broke even from a simple touch. So figures of that time remained very-очень little.
In the future, manufacturers tried to improve this process to get a more durable lace. Each of them tried to find their own unique composition of the porcelain mass and the conditions of firing to porcelain was more durable. And if anyone-то it was possible, information was kept in strictest confidence. The firing temperature exceeding 1300 degrees.


."Couple dancing". Porcelain figurine, Germany to 1900.


the Statue" Lady at the piano". Openwork porcelain, painting, gilding, Glazunovka. Dresden. Germany, 1930-е.

the Most famous manufacturers lace figurines were plant Volkstedt (Volkstedt) Sitzendorf (founded in 1760) and Manufaktura Unterweissbach (Unterweissbach) in Thuringia (1882).

Figurines Volkstedt

80-е years of the XIX century the plant begins to work Antoine Muller. When the plant Volkstedt and began producing their famous signature lace figurines.


Antique German Volkstedt Dresden" Sitting Lady Figure w Fan Lovely"


Antique figurine" Minuet". Volkstedt Germany 1900


Antique German Volkstedt Dresden Lace Sitting Lady Full Figure


"Two dancing girls", lace, Volkstedt, Germany, Kon.19 @- early 20th centuries.


" the lady with the daughter," lace, Volkstedt, Germany


Antique Pair of Porcelain Lace Figurines Ballet E&A Muller Volkstedt Dresden


Antique vintage porcelain figurine" Dreams of love, a girl with a book on the couch," lace made by Muller & Co, Volkstedt, Germany, early 20th century


"Ballerina" lace porcelain, E & A Muller, Volkstedt, 1890-1930


"The chair would never do", lace, E&A Muller, Germany, Kon. 19 в.-нач. 20.


" Dancing girl in lace dress", Muller & Co, Volkstedt, Germany, early 20th century.


Porcelain figurine" Girl on the ball", lace. Muller & Co, Volkstedt, Germany, 1920-30.


" the Girl with the lute", lace, Volkstedt, Germany, before 1935


"the Lady-кружевница with a lute in a pink dress", Volkstedt, Germany


Figurine" Musical couple". Openwork porcelain, painting, gilding, Glazunovka. Dresden (Saxony), Germany, 1930-е.


Porcelain figurine" Three girls in Lacy dresses" Muller & Co, Volkstedt, Germany


"the Lady in the yellow hat." Volkstedt@- Muller


"a couple in love". Volkstedt@- Muller


"Ballerina-кружевница", Muller & Co, Germany


Porcelain figurine" Fanny Elssler", lace. Volkstedt), after 1940.


" Three sisters", the German manufactory 1950-х gg


Porcelain lace figurine" lady in a bonnet with a gold pen and an umbrella". ACKERMANN & FRITZE (Volkstedt), 1908-51.


a Porcelain figurine of a dancer-балерины Lacemaker. ACKERMANN & FRITZE (Volkstedt, Thuringia, Germany)


Unterweissbach Figurines


lace, Unterweissbach


Lace Porcelain figurine" Duet", Unterweissbach


Love note, Unterweissbach


"Two sisters", Unterweissbach 1920-1940 gg


Large Lace Porcelain figurine of a" Perfect rider", Unterweissbach


"harlequin and the lady with the book", Unterweissbach


Two lady with a bird, Unterweissbach


Playing chess, Unterweissbach


Drezden Irish," Irish Dresden"





After the Second world war, Dresden lay in ruins, the Volkstedt factory was also destroyed. But the tradition of the famous plant, managed to revive spouses Saar – Oscar and Joanna (had Antoine Muller niece). After moving to Ireland, they started in Dromcolliher County Limerick factory" Irish Dresden" for the production of exclusive high quality lace porcelain, thereby continuing the family tradition.




















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