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Dresden china

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noun
porcelain ware produced at Meissen, Germany, near Dresden, after 1710.
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Also called Dresden porcelain, Dresden ware, Meissen porcelain.

Origin of Dresden china

First recorded in 1725–35
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Dresden china

noun
porcelain ware, esp delicate and elegantly decorative objects and figures of high quality, made at Meissen, near Dresden, since 1710
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