Rouen is the capital of French ceramics. Although the craftsmanship of porcelain still lags behind that of China, it is considered to be well-made in France. European porcelain is made of lime-like soil, and the porcelain made is very heavy, but Jingdezhen The ceramics are exquisite and lightweight. The inside is not very big, but some of the porcelain is exquisitely carved and beautiful.
Rouen is the capital of French ceramics. Although the craftsmanship of these porcelains is not as good as that of China, they are well-made in France. The porcelains here in Europe are made of lime-like materials, and the porcelains made are very heavy. , We can’t compare with Jingdezhen ceramics, our ceramics are exquisite and lightweight. The inside is very small, and it takes an hour to stroll around. It is estimated that 20 minutes will be over. Some porcelains are quite exquisite, with many carved hollows
The Muséedela Céramique Rouen Ceramic Museum is famous for faience and decorative pottery from the 16th to the 19th century. Opening hours Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-13:30, 14:00-18:00. With a pass for the Iron Museum, Art Museum and Ceramic Museum, you can visit directly. The annual ticket is 9.15 Euro. A 20-minute walk from the train station.
The Ceramic Museum tells about the development and rich types of ceramics. Tickets are available. Tickets are 2.3 francs. Minors are free. Rouen is the ceramic capital of France. Although it is a little bit behind the Chinese ceramics, Rouen's ceramics are also well-made, and it is a museum worth visiting.
A very nice scenic spot in Rouen, a collection of a lot of exquisite porcelain.