Meissen Logo History

The King of Poland commissioned pharmacist assistant and gold maker Johann Friedrich Boettger to create and maintain a secret manufacturing process for porcelain in order to avoid purchasing expensive china and porcelain from China and placing white gold on it. He worked on this with physicist and mathematician Ehrenfried Walter von Tschirnhaus. Three years later they established porcelain manufacturer Meissen. In line with this, in 1722 manufacturing supervisor Johann Melchior recommended that the "crossed swords," be used as a mark for the porcelain but also a branding logo so the King would realize the porcelain was authentic.
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