Admire the masterpieces of Europe's most renowned manufacturing
The third floor of the Correale Museum houses an important collection of porcelain
This collection documents the desire of many European sovereigns to finance, in the eighteenth century, the birth of the first porcelain manufactures in Europe. The substantial endowment of the Correale family has been enriched over time by many other refined and valuable objects from the period between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
the Third Floor
Inside the room you will find white porcelain, polychromed and biscuit figurines, coffee service vases, teapots, perfumer and toiletries, candelabra, stick knobs, inkwells, pipes, sauce boats, centrepieces, tableware, including two important vases from the Sèvres factory and an interesting French porcelain tete a tete coffee service with portraits of illuminated musicians and singers in Naples.
Currently, in fact, at the Correale Museum it is possible to admire porcelain objects from the factories of Meissen, Sèvres, Bow, Vienna, Doccia, Herend, Giustiniani Del Vecchio and, of course, the Capodimonte, Buen Retiro and Real Fabbrica di Napoli porcelains. But porcelain is not the only star of this floor which enjoys an exclusive window onto the Gulf of Sorrento. Eighteenth century shepherds and majolica from the Castelli (Abruzzo) factory and various Italian factories complete this visit.
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