Open depository of the Tallinn City Museum

In the basement of the Tallinn City Museum at 17 Vene Street, an exhibition area has been opened – an open depository of porcelain and new halls for ceramics, tin, copper, brass, and bronze.

There is a large selection of dishes from Nikolai Langebraun's workshop and rarities from Carl Christian Fick's manufactory, oven tiles with cobalt paintings, and ceramic wall tiles from the Netherlands.
The museum's collection of ceramics includes nearly 2,000 porcelain and glazed ceramics from Estonia, Europe, China, and Japan. The cellar halls exhibit tin, copper, bronze, and ceramic collections, which were not previously open to civilians.

In the basement of the Tallinn City Museum at 17 Vene Street, an exhibition area has been opened – an open depository of porcelain and new halls for ceramics, tin, copper, brass, and bronze.

There is a large

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