Antique Meissen 1840-1900: The Victorian Period

Victorian period Meissen patterns include the Purple Rose pattern and the Vine-leaf pattern.

The Court Dragon and Red Dragon tableware patterns feature Chinese dragons flying around the rim of plates with medallions in the center.

Meissens Blue Onion pattern has been in continuous production for almost three centuries. It was designed by Horoldt in 1739 and was inspired by a Chinese Kangxi period bowl.

The Meissen four seasons figures and the ever popular Monkey Band are among the widely collected Meissen porcelain pieces.

If you’re lucky enough to find some of these rare and collectable pieces from the Meissen 1840-1900 period, then don’t pass them by.

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