Early Meissen Porcelain.

Meissen porcelain
Saucer
Circa1740
Meissen saucer
Meissen Saucer
Circa 1735
Early Meissen tea bowl
Early Meissen bowl
Circa 1725
Royal Vienna
Royal Vienna inkwell set
About 1770-1780
KPM Berlin
KPM Berlin cup and saucer
About 1850-1870
Meissen dinner plate
Dinner plate
Circa 1735
MeissenTeacup and saucer
Teacup and saucer
Circa 1770.
Meissen dinner plate
Dinner plate
About 1750
Meissen porcelain tea bowl
Meissen tea bowl
About 1745-1750

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The production of porcelain at Meissen started in 1710 and still in business today. Its signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720. The first type of porcelain produced by Böttger was a refined and extremely hard red stoneware. The production was limited to individual pieces, entire services were not made. J.J. Irminger designed many vessels in the baroque style. His specialties was decoration called "overlay". J.B. Thomae was most important designer next to J.J. Irminger. J.G. Funke was the chief gold painter.