The production of porcelain can be traced back to the pharmacist Johann Friedrich Böttger from the early 18th century, which explains our interest in pharmacies. In honor of the many pharmacists, we designed our "big pharmacy" like it was from the 19th century, in which is a lot to marvel. Lots of large and small pharmacist jars made of porcelain, bowls, mortar and pestle and of course the most important thing: the large pharmacist scale. No pharmacist could work without it.
Our miniature rooms are built of stained willow or birch with stucco elements. The glass panes protect the miniatures from dust and are decorated with white drape. As we use real glass, there is also no need to worry about scratches or blind spots. Individual pieces are fixed so they can’t fall out. All window shops can be propped or hung up.
Skilled workmanship and love of detail gives our miniatures their own special Reutter’s look. All our gold decorated porcelain pieces are hand painted in 24k and fired in a kiln up to three times at 800°C (1470°F). Our miniature masterpieces fascinate people all over the world and awaken an undiscovered passion for collecting.
At Reutter we hand craft our miniatures with strict attention to detail and love, so that you can have your own unique copy at home. Your original may vary slightly from the picture.
Our miniature products are not suitable for children under 14 years old.
Product Measurements: 10 1/4“ x 5“ x 7 1/2“