Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating raw materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200°C and 1,400°C. Porcelain has attracted many people by its mystic beauty and delicate nature. In the hands of master craftsmen porcelain transforms into stunningly beautiful artifacts that will mesmerize and captivate the porcelain lovers.
The porcelain that are on display at the RKK museum include hundreds of items from world famous porcelain masters like Dresden China, Meissen, and Rosenthal(Germany), Herend (Hungary), Capo di Monte and Armani (Italy), Lladró (Spain), Wedgewood (England), Noritake (Japan), Limoges (France), Delft (Holland), etc. In addition to these brands the museum has a vast collection of figurines, serving plates, tableware hand decorated with gold, vases, teapots, bowls, mirrors, paintings, figurines, and many other rare and antique pieces of finest porcelain that will mesmerize you with their beauty and brilliance.