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Museum of Ceramics

Art
Technique and industry
Sarreguemines
France
The Museum of Ceramics is housed in the former home of Paul de Geiger, director of the Stoneware Factory of Sarreguemines from 1871 to 1914.

Dedicated to the history of this industry which made the city famous, the museum boasts an extensive collection of ceramics that testifies to the diversity of styles offered by the factory, catering for all the tastes and needs of its clients in the spheres of decoration and tableware. Whether faience, stoneware or porcelain, the entire range of ceramics is presented here. The most precious piece in the museum? Without a doubt the Winter Garden, created in 1880, which has been listed as a historic monument. The museum also possesses an archaeological collection that showcases life in this region in the Gallo-Roman era.
Museum of Ceramics
Museum of Ceramics
Museum of Ceramics
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Museum of Ceramics
17 rue Poincaré
57200
Sarreguemines
France
+ 33 3 87 98 93 50

49.109066, 7.070696