Dating english silverware
Antique English Silver Spoons
This road had a special commercial importance in the Middle Ages as it connected the Near East to Central Europe so that here there was one of the most important customs in Mediaeval Europe. Being an architectural complex, the building of the museum is made of stone and brick and is made up of a central part, basement, ground floor, the first floor and three annexes and an ethnographic park.
The buildings of the Customs and the Bran fortress were managed by the Forest Range from the end of the 19th century till December 1,when it became the property of Dating english silverware Marie.
It grew by some annexes and one new floor. The inventories of the time showed the fact that inside there were pieces of various origins, most of them disappeared after and only few of them were kept in the collection of the museum.
ROMANIA'S MUSEUMS: Museum of Customs at Bran
Between and the building of the customs became the house of Princess Ileana's family and after the Royal Family left Romania Decemberit was assigned to the Ministry of Forestry. The institution was only restored as a museum in when the 'Bran Customs' exhibition was opened in a few rooms on the ground flood of the central pavilion.
In the buildings known as the Bran Mediaeval Customs there was a museum, as a section of the Bran National Museum, from tillwhen, because of the degradation of the building, the collection was moved to the administrative headquarters and in storehouses and the building underwent a far-reaching process of restoration that lasted till In the castle there were more than 6, valuable pieces, only a few hundred of them are exhibited at the Museum of the Customs.
Very valuable pieces dating back from tonumai sex unic the treasure category, were exhibited in nine exhibition rooms. In the new museum they preserved the interior of the old castle, namely the bedrooms of King Ferdinand and Queen Marie, the Rococo Room, the Biedermeier Room, the Royal Dining Room, the subjects and the pieces of the basic exhibition being the ones exhibited at the Bran Castle.
In King Ferdinand's bedroom they preserved the original canopy and all the furniture that had belonged to him. A special moment was the bringing to the headquarters of the museum of the box containing the heart of Queen Marie, in order to be displayed in a niche that was specially arranged in the bedroom of Queen Marie. The collections of dating english silverware castle exhibited in the nine rooms of the Museum of the Customs include objects of decorative art furniture, ceramics, silverware and fine arts sculpture and painting on wood.
Also on display are historical documents of the Bran Castle, seals, weapons, mediaeval coins, national dress and collections of jewels, but also measure instruments and means of transport existing in the Middle Ages. The Museum of the Customs at Bran is one of the most important sightseeing spots at Bran-Moeciu and it can be visited between April and October.