A fine hard-paste porcelain produced in Meissen since 1710 . Often called Dresden2.
- His finest pieces of Meissen and Chelsea porcelain were displayed in the Front Drawing Room, lesser pieces in the rear room and so on.
- There is a loan exhibition of Meissen porcelain from the British Museum in London entitled The Glory of Saxony.
- The Porcelain Collection in Zwinger houses the biggest and the most complete Meissen porcelain collection in the world.
Named after the city of Meissen in eastern Germany.
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