Nymphenburg

Period: 1747 -
Region: Germany

Established in 1747 in Naudeck, Bavaria by Max Joseph III, the Elector of Bavaria In 1761 the factory moved from Naudeck to the grounds of Nymphenburg Palace near Munich The factory produced hard-paste porcelain, with the expertise help of Joseph Jakob Ringler who knew the recipe Hard paste porcelain had only been produced in Europe since 1708 in nearby Meissen In 1761 Nymphenburg went over from royal into private hands Nymphenburg produced tableware and other decorative porcelain, but Nymphenburg china is best known for their outstanding  porcelain figures



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