Dresden Lace Figurines
The 1st Porcelain manufacturer in Europe was the“Royal Porcelain Manufactory in Meissen” a few miles away from Dresden in the 18th c.. Nowadays “Meissen” or "Dresden" refers to all of the Porcelain Factories & Decorating Studios in the region. ~~ The Dresden Doll is known for its fragile "lace," made by dipping actual lace into porcelain and then moulding it around the dresses of the figurines.
Dresden porcelain figural group of ladies dressing: circa 1900, Depicting two maidens in floral patterned gowns with lace with a rococo style dressing mirror and table
This distinctive art form holds an intriguing history with origins in Germany during the early 18th c. later relocating to Limerick, Ireland. Real cotton lace is encompassed by porcelain clay and glazed under extreme heat in which the lace burns away leaving the delicate impression. Each is hand painted original, highly appreciable art piece.
German Volkstedt Dresden Lace Victorian Lady on Settee Figurine Figure
Dresden porcelain lace figurine
585: Dresden porcelain lace figurine. : Lot 585
German Dresden Lace Victorian Lady Figurine Germany
Wilhelm Rittirsch Dresden Art Made in Germany German Girl Woman Figurine WR