The history of porcelain is introduced through examples of Chinese and Japanese porcelain as well as those of the best known European porcelain manufactures.
The museum is proud to have unique Meissen manufacture examples, the first in Europe, which date from the beginning of the 18th century.
The museum also presents a faience collection with examples from German, Austrian, Russian and other countries’ manufactures. Here the visitor can admire three Verdures, woven after the well knownchinoiserie artist J. B. Pillement’s (1728–1808) cartoons. Examples of 19th to 20th century Expressive Art porcelain, faience, glass and furniture, in spirit of Art Nouveau and Art Déco, complete the exhibition.