The "Branch" candlestick is one of Ted Muehling's most sophisticated creations. Reminiscent of the Rococo period, the candlestick is a marvel of precise craftsmanship.
Started by Elector Max III Joseph of the royal Bavarian Wittelsbach family on November 1, 1747, Nymphenburg is one of the only porcelain manufactures that continues to produces each object truly by hand. The factory uses power generated by the streams running through the historic grounds of the factory and produces its own secret recipe of paste made of kaolin, feldspar and quartz to produce exquisite and extremely pure, hard porcelain. All products are hand-painted by master painters. Nymphenburg's paint laboratory which holds original secret formulas for approximately 15,000 different colors and hues.