The Collection of Ceramics, Glass and Porcelain follows the history of ceramic and glass production of Europe and the Orient from the first centuries A.D. to the 20th century. By providing an insight into the diversity of materials and decorative techniques, the Collection points to the history of the design of objects used in our region. In addition to archaeological glass from the beginning of the era, the Collection also preserves the objects from important European glass workshops, while the significant part of them follows the development of national glass production. The Collection also keeps the items from local ceramic workshops, and its important segment provides an insight into the diversity of European and Oriental ceramics: Italian majolica, European faience and stoneware, as well as items from Turkish and Persian workshops. The major part of the Collection follows the development of the European porcelain production through the items that point to the complexity of cultural lifestyle in our region. A special segment consists of the objects from new-age, Chinese and Japanese porcelain workshops.

Curator: Biljana Crvenković, Senior Curator


Ottoman Empire, 17th century
MAA inv. no. 2327


Hungarian Kingdom, 1769
MAA inv. no. 5147

Cup and Saucer

Porcelain manufactory Meissen, German Kingdom, 1745–1750
MAA inv. no. 8536


Venice, 18th century
MAA inv. no. 21395

Part of a Serving Set

Pirkenhammer porcelain factory, Brezova, 1890–1900, (belonged to the Court of the Obrenović Dynasty)
MAA inv. no. 21284

Serving Set

Glass factory of Avram Petronijević, Jagodina, 1846–1852
MAA inv. no. 23281


Lorenz Fuchs, Vienna, around 1840
MAA inv. no. 5086


Аustro-Hungarian Monarchy, end of the 19th century
MAA inv. no. 23276


Glass factory of Nacko Janković, Jagodina, around 1900
MAA inv. no. 14328

Decorative Plate

First Serbian workshop of Uroš Čavić, designed by Vladislav Titelbah, Velika Kikinda, 1904
MAA inv. no. 9233