Dresden Repair and Restoration

During the nineteenth century and the period of Romanticism, Dresden, Germany became an important cultural center that attracted painters, sculptors and porcelain decorators. In 1883, four ceramic decorators registered the blue crown Dresden mark to sign their pieces. The term Dresden now refers to any china or porcelain ware made in Dresden and features the Dresden Mark featuring the words “Dresden, Germany” and a crown.

Dresden style is described as “rococo revival,” meaning it refers to the artificial grottoes decorated with irregularly shaped seashells and stones popular during the Renaissance. Dresden artists used this style to design fanciful china complete with an abundance of flowers, foliage, fruits, scrolls and shells.

In addition to china, lace porcelain figures were produced in Dresden during this time using a unique technique called “Dresden Lace.” In this method, real lace is dripped with liquid porcelain and then applied by hand to the figurines. This produces a delicate appearance that is nearly indistinguishable from fabric.

While the majority of Dresden pieces were lost during the Dresden bombings, those which were already in the hands of private collections has remained well-preserved. Dean Schulefand & Associates recognizes the importance of the Dresden collection and specializes in restoring and conserving your Dresden wares. For over 30 years, Dean Schulefand is one of few specialists in the US who is experienced in Dresden repair and restoration. He is personally involved in the repair and restoration of every facet to ensure the best in quality with excellent results.

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