FEB. - SEP. 2013

NEW and GOOD: Innovations in Biedermeier porcelain from the emperors collection

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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Peter Sedlaczek
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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Peter Sedlaczek
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Kaffeeschale mit Untertasse

© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Peter Sedlaczek
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© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Peter Sedlaczek
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Frühstücksservice, 6-teilig

© Technisches Museum Wien, Photo: Peter Sedlaczek

The Technical Museum presents a few of the most beautiful pieces of the imperial collection of factory products (the “Fabriksproduktenkabinett”) in the suitable ambience of the Augarten Porcelain Museum.

This exhibition mounted by the Augarten Porcelain Museum in collaboration with the Technical Museum focuses on porcelain from the imperial collection of factory products (the “Fabriksproduktenkabinett”). Mainly dating from the first third of the nineteenth century, the objects were sent in by manufacturers from all the crown lands as outstanding examples of their production. As such they provide a vivid showcase of technical progress in that era.

While the Vienna exhibits include an astounding palette of radiant and perfectly applied glazes, the Bohemian factories are represented not only with exact copies of Vienna models but also with splendid late Biedermeier pieces displaying a distinctive aesthetic of their own.

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