The imperial privilege for porcelain production in Vienna was granted to Claudius Innocentius Du Paquier in May 1718. Three hundred years later, the MAK has taken this as an opportunity to dedicate a large exhibition to Viennese porcelain, highlighting the founding and history of the second-oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe. International loans that have never before been displayed in Vienna are joined by unique pieces from the holdings of the MAK and other Austrian collections.
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