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German Meissen porcelain cup set with platinum

Updated at 2024-06-14

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Meissen porcelain originated more than 300 years ago in the German city of Dresden. It’s been praised as  “Europe’s No. 1 porcelain” and “the Rolls-Royce of porcelain.” It laid the cornerstone of European porcelain-making skills, and the changes in the characteristics of products over the centuries are a microcosm of European art history. More importantly, Meissen porcelain products are a type of cultural heritage as products sought by European nobility, as well as modern and exquisite daily articles. The platinum cup set in the image is precisely an exquisite and practical gift. Platinum and gold were added to the manufacturing process, giving the surface of the cup a subtle and gorgeous platinum sheen. The cup is marked with the German Trade Office’s logo.

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Name
German Meissen porcelain cup set with platinum
Giver
Axel Limberg Chief Representative and Executive Director German Trade Office in Taipei
Friendly States
Federal Republic of Germany

Flag: The German flag is tricolor with three horizontal bands of equal width in the national colors of Germany: black, red, and gold.
National day: Oct. 3
Language: German
Capital: Berlin
Area: 357,121 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 83,280,000 people
Currency: euro
Government: Federal, parliamentary, republican constitutional system

Category
Ceramics
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