Wish List: Amazing Porcelain from Nymphenburg

Irwin Weiner ASID - Precious heirlooms, fine workmanship, translucent designs, and dazzling beauty - these all describe the fine porcelain vases, gifts, and tabletop service pieces manufactured by Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, the fine German porcelain manufacturer started and still continued today by the royal family of Bavaria who still live in part of the beautiful Nymphenburg Palace (below).

Each piece of fine porcelain is still made and painted by hand at Nymphenburg, an over 260-year tradition, and the paste is also made onsite making it a unique manufacturer. Click on each photo below to see some of my favorite pieces from this exquisite company.

Bonbonniere (smooth) designed in 2009 by Ted Muehling

Belle Epoque Fish Service designed in 1900 by Hermann Gradl for the Paris World Exhibition

Lightscape Collection bowl designed by Ruth Gurvich

Porcelain Dog Miniatures

Porcelain Christmas Ornament Assortment

Lotos Dinnerware - Flowers of Life update in 2011 by designer Sebastian MenschhornVase with Lid designed in 1908 by Munich art nouveau master Adelbert NiemeyerEnchanted Forest Dinnerware Service

Small Skull (black, biscuit) designed in 1756 by Ignaz Gunther

Majolica Parrot with Mask designed in 1915 by Josef WackerleIvory Glazed Mirror designed in 1770 by Conrad Linck

Lotos Dinnerware designed in the early 1930s by master "new objective" stylist Wolfgang von Wersin

 

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