The porcelain manufactured at Nymphenburg has yet again been adorned with the initials of the head of the Wittelsbach family: with an "A" for His Royal Highness, Duke Albrecht of Bavaria, and, since his death, with an "F" for His Royal Highness, Duke Franz of Bavaria.
The Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg has been associated with HRH, the Duke Franz of Bavaria since 1996. Since 1999 and entirely in line with the beginnings of Nymphenburg, new designs by internationally famous artists and designers have been presented each year – a fruitful cooperation which will be further expanded in the future.
May 23, 2018 · History of the Munich Treasury (Schatzkammer) You can thank Duke Albrecht V of the Wittelsbach dynasty for the Treasury, or Schatzkammer. In his will, from the year 1565, he stated that “hereditary and dynastic jewels” were a part of a single collection that could not be sold. The collection continued to expand over the centuries.
Just a few examples of appraisal values for bavaria . A rare 17th Century German gold medal ofA rare 17th Century German gold medal of Albrecht VI of Bavaria (1584-1666), der Leuchtenberger, Landgraf von Bayern-Leuchtenberg, c. 1618, by Alessandro
Francesco often gifted objects and naturalia from the Americas to other high-ranking individuals who were similarly fascinated with items from distant lands. One sumptuous gift was given to Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria in 1572, and it included featherworks, gold and silver figurines, parrots, food items, and more.
Prince Ludwig Heinrich of Bavaria (born 14 June 1982 in Landsberg am Lech), studied political science and law, following which his uncle Franz, Duke of Bavaria, called him to Nymphenburg Palace to be trained in the former Royal Family's estate management.
Dec 11, 2017 · ¹A brief overview of Residenz occupants that I mention in this post, and their relationship to the Munich Residenz: Albrecht V: Duke of Bavaria, reign 1550-1579. He had the Antiquarium built (the big Renaissance Hall). Wilhelm V: Duke of Bavaria, reign 1579-1597. Albrecht’s son.
Sep 20, 2015 · What is believed to have been the very first ‘‘baby house,’’ as the dollhouse was formerly known, was built in 1558 on behalf of Duke Albrecht V of Bavaria.
The palace was extended during his reign and even further under the rule of Duke Albrecht V who was responsible for adding on the Antiquarium for storage of the royal collection of classical sculptures. His successor, Duke Wilhelm V was instrumental in the expansion and embellishment of the Antiquarium.
Aug 02, 2019 · Founded by Duke Albrecht V in the 16th century, the Treasury accrued further treasures from the cities of Heidelberg, Düsseldorf, and Mannheim during the reign of Karl Theodor. The last items were added in the early 19th century, including the insignia of the Kingdom of Bavaria.