Naming Saxon porcelain recovers the productions of several German factories of the region of Saxony from the beginning of the xviiie century, according to the process bare and finalized by Frédéric Böttger. This hard china uses the kaolin which results from appearances situated in the northwest of the city of Meissen.
The royal factory of Meissen is the most known. Its rooms parts are recognizable at their signature in both crossed swords. Also represent the factories of Volkstedt, Rudolstadt, Sitzendorf, Scheibe-Alsbach in Land of Thuringia.
Land of Bavaria, situated further south, and more exactly the region of Fichtelgebirge in Franconie also shelters several factories famous as Rosenthal, Hutschenreuther to Selb or Winterling to Kirchenlamitz.