Frankenthal

German porcelain factory founded 1755 which produced a type of hard-paste porcelain with a glaze able to absorb enamel colours. Frankenthal produced tablewares in the style of meissen and sevres. Figures and statuettes in various styles including commedia dell'arte and chinoiserie were a speciality. The factory closed in 1799.

Frankenthal

city, Rhineland-Palatinate Land (state), southwestern Germany. It lies just northwest of Mannheim. First mentioned as Franconodal, a fishing ...
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frankenthal

German porcelain factory founded 1755 which produced a type of hard-paste porcelain with a glaze able to absorb enamel colours. Frankenthal produced tablewares in the style of meissen and sevres. Figures and statuettes in various styles including commedia dell'arte and chinoiserie were a speciality. The factory closed in 1799.
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Frankenthal

Single location in the community Assmannshausen in the German growing area Rheingau, The oriented south-southwest vineyards are located in 80 to 330 meters above sea level and have 50 to 65% slope. They cover 14 hectares of vineyards. The medium to deep soils consist of quartzite and shale layers with shares of loam, which are interspersed in the l...
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Frankenthal

The Frankenthal is a German minesweeper class built for the German Navy between 1992 and 1998. The ship has an anti-surface and anti-air Bofors 40 mm gun which is capable of firing 330 rounds per minute; and the Stinger surface-to-air missile system in two quadruple Stinger missile launchers port and starboard. The ship is equipped with two MTU 16V...
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