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About Porselensmuseet 2019-06-04T10:52:53+00:00
  • Det blir omvisning på polsk på Porselensmuseet 15. juni.
  • Fragile vises på Porselensmuseet sommeren 2019

Learn the fascinating history of PP, through the interactive exhibition that also includes about 1.000 objects.

As a visitor at the Porcelain Museum (Porselensmuseet) you are invited into a historical understanding of the craft of porcelain but also to interact and have a close dialogue with other visitors.

The production facility at Porsgrund Porselænsfabrik and their factory outlet is in the same building as the Porcelain Museum.
So too is the  Auction Hall, where you might just find the old porcelain you have searced for.
In our giftstore you can buy design items such as porcelain, jewelry and textiles.

Exhibition 2019: Ceramics in Grenland over the past 2000 years.

In this summer’s exhibition we will show the development from 2000 year old crock, to the frailest Porsgrunn Porcelain.

Welcome to the Porcelain Museum!

For sale:

Ceramist Svein Narum is represented in all relevant museums in Norway, this summer you can buy his pottery at the Porcelain Museum.

Delivery to The Royal Court, The Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Many private and public collections and Museums, teaching and workshops in several countries: Korea, France, Finland, Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden, England and Germany. He has for the last two decades recived the Norwegian Guaranteed Income for Artists and he is elected to The International Academy of Ceramics: 2010, and the German «Group of ’83», 2019.

In a time ethical and moral standards are floating in all directions, and fewer are occupied with religion, many ceremonies and rituals are gone from our daily life. For years the meals has been my source of inspiration . Friends and family gathered around the table to eat and talk and enjoy the food.
For those of us who seek God in nature, a meal, no matter how modest can be a holy communion. Now that people care about how food is produced and the way it´s present, makers of domestic pottery made with love have a bright future.
– Svein Narum –