Pearl Symphony Blue Low Cup Saucer, 5.9" by Nymphenburg Porcelain

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Nymphenburg Porcelain

Pearl Symphony Blue High Cup Saucer, 5.1" by Nymphenburg Porcelain

Designed by the Bohemian sculptor, Dominikus Auliczek (1734-1804), the Pearl service in the Louis XVI style that gets its name from a bar of pearls that runs along the borders of the individual items. For the first time in the history of European porcelain, Auliczek based his service on a dodecagon shape – instead of the usual round shape.

Other pieces in the service are also adorned with acanthus leaves – a typical motif in classical art and architecture, which Auliczek was able to study during his trips around Italy. 

The PEARL shape is today also available in white, three in-glaze designs (blue, yellow, green) and painted with pearl decorations in gold or blue as well as in a pure gold decoration. A special version was reserved as the Royal Bavarian Service for the Wittelsbach family, a similar pattern is available as Fantasia.

Additional items in the collection are available here.

The Perl Collection is available here.

Delivery time is estimated at 1-5 weeks depending on stock check.

Dishwasher safe. We suggest hand washing. 

Other pieces in the collection may not be listed online.

Please view the PEARL LINE SHEET and contact us.

Nymphenburg Porzellan was founded in 1747 in Munich, Germany. One of the few porcelain manufacturers still producing all handmade product, Nymphenburg has supplied the aristocracy and elite for over 260 years. The factory is located on the grounds of Nymphenburg Palace.  If you are looking at expanding or replacing an existing vintage service or need assistance finding items not shown, please contact us and we will try to help.

Additional production by Nymphenburg may be found here

$ 240.00
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