Guided tour of temporary exhibition(exposure) "Jean-Nicolas Matrel (on 1663 - 1743) and the pottery of tin in Lorraine"
Leave together with an ombudsman of heritage to the discovery of the dishes(crockery) of tin of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Come discover the elaborate dishes(crockery) in which ate romarimontains and Lorraine in end of the 17th century and in the 18th century. She was found at all tables, of the farmer possessing her lands to the aristocrat and even the canonesses of Remiremont, in inns, in hospitals of Heathers and of Remiremont. Come discover the beading which, originally, returned them very close to the silver plate. It is the pomp of the table in which you are invited. I hope that your appetite will find dressers in its measure. The young cultural ombudsman waits for you to gather opinions(financing) and everything to explain you on the pottery of tin, since his manufacturing up to their use. Without forgetting any tasty anecdotes which will raise(enhance) the chandelier(luster) of this furniture. More hesitation, a big(great) metallic adventure calls you!
About the venue
Installed(Settled) in a house of the XVIIIth century, the museum became, by the will of its legatee, at once a historic museum, where are kept(preserved) numerous memories(souvenirs) of the abbey and the noble chapter which made the publicity of the city and a museum of Fine Arts, containing rich collections of paintings(paints). Photographic credit: City of Remiremont.