The Porcelain Museum is in the 18th-century Palazzina del Cavaliere at the top of the Boboli Gardens, in the middle of the Rose Garden. It houses collections of table porcelain once belonging to the succession of rulers who occupied Palazzo Pitti, with representative selections of Italian and European production ranging from the Doccia Manufactory (founded by the Ginori family) to the porcelain of Sèvres and Meissen. Of particular interest is the dinner service produced in Sèvres in 1809–10 for Elisa Baciocchi, a gift from her brother, Emperor Napoleon.
Palazzina del Cavaliere - Giardino di Boboli - Firenze
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Source: Florence APT