porcelain room

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A room, common in palaces throughout Europe from the middle of the 18th century, to display a porcelain collection, or, more unusually, made of porcelain. The Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna has a room from the Dubsky Palace in which the chandelier, sconces, and chimney piece are all of Vienna (du Paquier) porcelain and the walls, mirrors, and furniture are inset with porcelain plaques of 1725–35.

Subjects: Art.

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