National Museum Adrien Dubouché

 

in short

The Porcelain Museum was set up in 1845, but it was from 1852 on, under the impulse of its outstanding director Adrian Dubouché, that it became remarkably influential and boosted the porcelain industry in Limoges.
Musée national Adrien Dubouché, Limoges.
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National Museum Adrien Dubouché

in detail

The Porcelain Museum was set up in 1845, but it was from 1852 on, under the impulse of its outstanding director Adrian Dubouché, (who generously donated 4,000 pieces of ceramic to the museum), that it became remarkably influential and boosted the porcelain industry in Limoges.

The museum displays the techniques and products of four families of ceramics (pottery, faience, earthenware and porcelain) and has two large sections on Limoges and Chinese porcelain. It also has an outstanding collection of glassware from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century.
Musée national Adrien Dubouché
Admission
4,50/3,00 EUR
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National Museum Adrien Dubouché
8 bis, place Winston Churchill
87000 Limoges
France
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Opening Times

Sun
10:00 - 17:45
Mon
10:00 - 17:45
Tue
-
Wed
10:00 - 17:45
Thu
10:00 - 17:45
Fri
10:00 - 17:45
Sat
10:00 - 17:45
lunchbreak from 12.30-14.00

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