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Tag Archives: Meissen Porcelain

Talk and Tea with the Tsars

Feb

12

Spend an afternoon at The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens enjoying our newest exhibition, The Tsars’ Cabinet. This show presents more than two hundred years of …

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The Cummer Museum’s Interactive Meissen Exhibit

Jun

13

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens features a permanent collection of nearly 5,000 works of art on their riverfront campus in Jacksonville.

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Our New Meissen Family Guide

Jun

06

If you are a child, a child at heart, or a family with young children, you will love The Royal Dish Family Guide that you can pick up in the Lovett Gallery.

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The Royal Dish: Passion. Power. Porcelain. – Lecture with Curator Holly Keris

Jun

03

Join Curator Holly Keris on Tuesday night for a lecture about the power and passion behind Meissen Porcelain.

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Cummer announces new book on Meissen

May

13

The Cummer Museum is pleased to announce a new publication on its collection of early Meissen porcelain.

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Ringling Porcelain on loan at The Cummer

May

13

As part of the renovation of The Betsy and William D. Lovett Gallery, which contains the museum’s early 18thCentury Collection of Meissen Porcelain, The Cummer wanted to include objects that would help visitor’s understand the relationship between Asian Ceramics and Meissen Porcelain.

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