Porcelain has always been one of China’s national treasures. You must know that the English for porcelain is china. This shows the importance of porcelain in Chinese culture. It is a great honor to have the opportunity to visit the Meissen Porcelain Museum this time.
As a Chinese, porcelain has always been a proud treasure of the nation. Of course, you have to see what other countries are like when you come here. The Meissen Porcelain Museum is next to the porcelain factory and provides a 30-minute audio guide for tourists. Visitors can not only see the exhibits, but also observe the production process, which helps to better understand the final product.
The carcass of porcelain must be fired at a high temperature of 1200℃～1300℃ to have the physical properties of porcelain. Porcelain clay varies from place to place, and the sintering temperature is also different.
Eye-opening museums, exquisite porcelain, and on-site craft visits are more experience than ordinary porcelain museums, and there is simultaneous translation in Chinese. Meissen brand porcelain is really expensive, you can go to the small shop in town to buy old porcelain.
The Meissen Porcelain Museum is located next to the former porcelain factory in Meissen. The museum is very large, divided into three floors, with rich exhibits, displaying various shapes of porcelain, as well as porcelain production tools.