Röbbig Munich is one of the world’s leading dealers in important porcelain objects from the Meissen manufactory. The pieces that we offer our customers meet the highest standards of quality, condition and, last but not least, originality. That is why we have specialized in early Meissen porcelain from the manufactory’s heyday between around 1710 and 1760, supplemented by the rarest and most unique objects from Du Paquier, Vienna, or smaller German manufacturers such as Frankenthal, Fürstenberg, Höchst, Ludwigsburg, Nymphenburg or KPM Berlin.

In 1976, the Röbbig art shop opened its doors on Prannerstrasse, at that time the center of the upmarket art trade in Munich. It immediately became a place where the past was brought back to life in the creations of a glorious but forgotten century. While the main focus was on the early porcelain from Meissen and other smaller German manufacturers, the gallery provided a fitting setting for the “white gold” treasures by complementing them with 18th-century paintings, inlaid French furniture and fire-gilt bronzes .

In 2004, Röbbig moved into a new and much larger house on Brienner Strasse, the rooms of which were furnished as salons in which international collectors could develop their interests through closer acquaintance with a broader spectrum of fine art objects. This way of presenting our offerings is in keeping with the nature of eighteenth-century artworks, which were not intended for discreet use in private cabinets, but as showpieces for display in salons and state rooms. These social qualities are still present in the works today and make up an important part of their attractiveness.

In 2019 there was another move, this time to the neo-baroque Karolinenpalais at Brienner Straße 25, just a few hundred meters away, where the Venetian interior designer and opera decorator Massimo Pizzi Gasparon created the flair of a bel étage of the gallant age.