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S016 - The House at the Blue Deer

Product Code: S016
Availability: 5 pcs
Dimensions: 13.50cm x 7.50cm x 13.50cm

Price: 1190 Kč

Miniature porcelain house:
In front of you are pictures of a detailed replica of a real house. It is a hand-crafted and faithfully processed porcelain model of house in Prague, and one of the largest. Our porcelain houses are part of brand line that includes over 80 miniature houses found in Prague. From them you can build the Old Town Square, the Golden Lane or even a part of the Lesser Town. 

How it comes about:
The basic model is made in scale according to the actual model. Then it’s converted in an elaborate way into a form, from which we obtain individual parts by casting porcelain mass. After assembling, retouching, drying and firing, careful and detailed revising begins again. This process is followed by hand painting with several layers of glaze and another firing at 1200 ° C. Last task is the final decor and firing in the kiln. It is a unique and sophisticated technique of creating models with the theme of historic houses. You can see the result in front of you…

The goal:
Our aim is to capture the beauty of architecture in the imprint of ceramic clay and to transfer a piece of poetry of old Prague to your homes. Old Prague lovers in our country, as well as travelers from all over the world, have sets of entire streets and individual pieces of our models at home. It is a nice and valuable reminder of visiting Prague and Bohemia.

This product is made based on The House at the Blue Deer, which can be found at this address:
The Little Square 459/11, Old Town, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic

History of The House at the Blue Deer:
The place where this house stands today has a very complicated architectonic history. The present building emerged as a result of several projects merged into one. It has a Romanesque core with part of a wall dating from the 13th c. The whole area underwent various Gothic reconstructions. The two main parts of the house were joined together in 1714, when Countess Maria Josepha Martinic became the owner. She started a whole chain of architectonic changes, which lasted till 1726. Its final height unification was done in the last third of the 18th c. Johan Ludwig Kranner built an interesting ponticus by the entrance to the Small Square in 1798. Mr and Mrs Richter bought the house in 1836 and later gave it to an orphanage.

Quality and packaging:
Our models are miniatures of real buildings. We place great importance on the quality and detail of the processing of our products. All the miniature houses are hand-painted and hand-crafted from porcelain, so the individual pieces may differ slightly in size and color shade. Each item is original and unique. We pack them in handmade and fully recyclable cardboard boxes. Our more significant sets are packed in gift boxes with see through front.

Our usual customers come from Europe, but we also send our houses to the USA and Canada. We have been sending our little houses to Asia and they are most liked in Japan and South Korea. We are happy we can please customers from Czech Republic and in the other parts of world alike.