Clear the stage for the dishes
Plates, cups, bowls and platters made of porcelain are sometimes real works of art that look too beautiful and must not necessarily be hidden behind cabinet doors.
Johann Friedrich Böttger was a German alchemist, chemist and inventor. He was a co-inventor of the European hard porcelain in 1708. He transferred his ingenious invention into the production process and thus had a decisive influence on the value of the dinnerware. For a long time only valued for its practical use, the tableware acquired a completely new meaning from back then. It became a work of art. Nowadays, fine porcelain is not only seen as a commodity for the kitchen, it is also viewed as an investment.
Regardless of the importance attached to the tableware and no matter what material it was made of – porcelain, ceramic or earthenware – it is fragile and must be treated with care. In this way, its good condition will be retained for a long time. For this purpose, the location of plates, cups and bowls in the kitchen should be well thought out. Many kitchen furniture manufacturers have thought of this and offer special crockery drawers. Plates can be stacked in these drawers without tipping over.
Above all, open shelves should be used to store dishes that are used regularly. Otherwise, dust and dirt particles will settle on it. A raised front edge prevents the dishes from falling off the shelf. Rare and expensive collectibles come into their own in small individual subjects.
The finest porcelain is clearly visible in a kitchen cabinet with glass doors. All parts of the fine crockery can be stowed away dust-free and dirt-free behind glass and also look beautiful. Other less attractive dishes disappear elegantly behind dark or milky panes of glass.
With all due care, it happens again and again that some of the dishes are broken or only opened. Even if this is an expensive item, damaged dishes should no longer be used as germs can accumulate. It is a good idea to convert this part into a planter or to use it as a decorative item indoors or on the terrace or balcony. So it will serve well for a long time to come.
Valuable porcelain that is damaged is restored by specialists in porcelain workshops. If a piece of a fine porcelain service is broken, it is not so easy to find a replacement. There is a porcelain agency that brings together suppliers and interested parties of individual parts made of porcelain. And if you don’t find what you are looking for here either, there is at least a little consolation: Broken things are known to bring luck!
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