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New boxed lovely Irish Dresden 2006 Annual Easter Egg

New boxed lovely Irish Dresden 2006 Annual Easter Egg
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New boxed lovely Irish Dresden 2006 Annual Easter Egg

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Condition: New

Gorgeous little figurine of an Easter bonnet/egg-collectors item from 2006. Brand new in box.

I also have the 2004 edition easter bonnet.

I have 6 of these. PRICE PER ITEM.

Beautiful trademark Dresden detailed work on the easter bonnet part of the figurine. Inscribed with Easter 2006. New and boxed. Marked with the MV Irish Dresden Ireland mark at the bottom. The Irish Dresden factory closed last year with the ceasing of production of all dresden products therefore these have become increasingly rare and collectable. This really is a lovely little piece and would be perfect for any Dresden lover or collector and would be perfect for easter. The process of making Irish Dresden was first discovered in the ancient town of Messier near Dresden in Germany in the early 18th Century. In the late 19th Century Anton Muller, a talented young artist, established a workshop in Volkstedt and quickly gained a reputation for his fine lace figurines. Following the Second World War, family members were forced to leave what was then East Germany and the current Irish Dresden company was established at Dromcolliher, County Limerick establishing in Ireland the traditions and skills of fine lace porcelain manufacture. Today Irish Dresden is revered throughout the world for the skilled craftsmanship and uniqueness of its figurines. Real Cotton lace impregnated with porcelain clay is used to dress the figurines and hand made porcelain flowers or other decorations are added. They are then glazed and each piece is hand painted by craftsmen. The process of making Irish Dresden was first discovered in the ancient town of Messier near Dresden in Germany in the early 18th Century. In the late 19th Century Anton Muller, a talented young artist, established a workshop in Volkstedt and quickly gained a reputation for his fine lace figurines. Following the Second World War, family members were forced to leave what was then East Germany and the current Irish Dresden company was established at Dromcolliher, County Limerick establishing in Ireland the traditions and skills of fine lace porcelain manufacture. I have a number of these available.

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