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Museum: Living in the 50s

Who believes our museum is boring hasn’t visited our newest exhibition “Swinging Teatime”! Porcelain and drafts of...

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Table Setting: The Warmup

After introducing you to the simple table setting last time we extend our menu by a warming soup. Even if you aren’t ...

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Designers: Franz von Zülow

Frank von Zülow is one of the most popular artists of Vienna Porcelain during the era of Art Déco (1923 to 1938) besid...

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Masterpieces: COURAGE

We love every piece of Augarten Porcelain, but some pieces are that special that they show us what masterful craftsmansh...

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The Small Table Setting

Every beginning is difficult. That is true for a lot of situations in life but not for table ware. In our blog category ...

300 Years of Tradition

Foundation and Era Du Paquier

In 1718, Claudius Innocentius du Paquier completed a risky mission to bring the closely guarded secret of how to make po...

300 Years of Tradition

Maria Theresia and her passion for Viennese P...

In 1744, the Manufactory was taken under Imperial ownership by Empress Maria Theresia.Since then, every piece produced b...

300 Years of Tradition

Sorgenthal and Classicism

The Manufactory enjoyed a golden age under the management of Conrad Sörgel von Sorgenthal.This “artistic period” of...

300 Years of Tradition

Biedermeier and early Historism

During the Biedermeier era, Viennese porcelain became a status symbol for the aspiring middle classes.The hand-made gems...