Author: Porzellanmanufaktur Nymphenburg (Porzellanmanufaktur Nymphenburg) Name: Nouveau espresso coffee cup with grape flower decoration. Signature: Green Nymphenburg text and shield badge at the bottom. Technique: White porcelain painting. Years: the beginning of the twentieth century. Dimensions: cup height 4.8 cm, saucer diameter 9.5 cm. (PORN 015) In 1745, Maximilian III Joseph (1727/1777), the elector of the Holy Roman Empire, ordered the establishment of a manufacturing plant in order to balance the finances. Two years later, the establishment of a porcelain kiln factory was established. However, it was not until 1754, after a series of failures, that it was finally on the right track. In the same year, the rococo puppet master Franz Anton Bustelli (1723/1763) became the director of the kiln, and the following year, he began to accept orders from the Bavarian court. In 1761, the kiln factory moved to Nymphenburg and became one of the three largest kilns in Germany (Meissen, KPM Berlin, Nymphenburg). It also wrote a glorious page in the history of European porcelain in the 18th century. In 1763, Dominik Auliczek (1734 / 1804), a sculptor from Bohemia, took the position of Busteli and injected new vitality into the porcelain kiln. At that time, the kiln had about 190 employees. It was the golden age of the kiln. The Kingdom of Bavaria was the largest customer. It not only supported the production of the kiln, but also determined the taste and style. In the middle of the nineteenth century, the kiln factory was in financial crisis, the production line was interrupted, and finally it was rented out to produce porcelain for sanitary and medical use. In 1887, the businessman Albert Bäuml (1855 / 1929) leased the right to operate the kiln, which not only restored the art porcelain of the Nymphenburg kiln in the 18th century, but also reproduced the puppet master Bustelli’s Porcelain dolls also follow the trend of the times and have produced many exquisite new art porcelains. At the beginning of the twentieth century, kilns even introduced many indescribable porcelains in Art Nouveau style. This espresso coffee cup is a product of this era. The artist uses geometric pattern arrangements on the snow-white fetus to show the appearance of ripe and harvest grapes. The emerald green leaves surround the purple-red grapes with dark brown branches interspersed in the middle. It became a feast of eye-catching and moving colors. *If you have any detailed questions, please send an email to contact the designer *The merchandisers of this design hall are mainly Western antiques, old jewellery and home accessories, and old European original prints. Old products will inevitably have traces of history, but they are cleverly arranged according to personal tastes and each has its own place, which can promote an extraordinary life Taste and aesthetics. However, those who mind, please consider carefully before placing an order.
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- In the early twentieth century, the Nymphenburg kiln factory in Germany left the factory with hand-painted white porcelain. Art Nouveau style espresso coffee cup. The artist used geometric pattern arrangements on the snow-white fetus to show the appearance of ripe grape harvest. The emerald green leaves surround the purple-red grapes with dark brown branches interspersed in the middle, forming a striking and moving color feast.