Irish Dresden began with the late 19th century German artist Anton Muller, in the small town of Volkstedt, under the then banner Muller Volkstedt. Muller's skills with fine lace porcelain figurines did not go unnoticed and his work quickly gained a reputation. Since his death in 1937 his family have kept up the tradition of pristine porcelain craftsmanship and kept the business alive, despite it having faced a rough history that includes the destruction of their factory during the second world war as well as the family being later forced to leave their homes in what was then East Germany. This however resulted in them settling in Ireland and continuing the business under the name Irish Dresden. Irish Dresden continues the family tradition to this day and it's collection of porcelain figurines are now renowned world wide.
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