Dresden Germany Porcelain?

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Porcelain from Dresden, German refers to any china that has been manufactured in the city of Dresden, Germany. The most notable Dresden factory is called the Meissen factory, however not all pieces that are marked Dresden come from this specific factory. The most well-known Dresden figurines are known as the 'crinoline groups,' which depict scenes from every day life, such as people playing instruments or dancing. Other popular subjects include mythological creatures, groups of people, and various animals.
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