The tour will focus on a collection of ceramic mustard vessels of the 18th century, donated to the museum a few months ago.
The tour focuses on a collection of ceramic mustard vessels of the 18th century, which was donated to the museum a few months ago. Since mustard is one of the few native condiments with great pungency, it had a high value in European cuisine. Mustard vessels can be found in the offer of many porcelain and faience manufactories. Thus, the vessels produced in Meissen, Frankenthal, Rouen or Strasbourg offer a cross-section of European ceramic history.
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