In the resources of repositories belonging to the Digital Libraries Federation we can find quite considerable collection of elaborately encrusted porcelain vessels, not only those historic, but also some more contemporary ones that come from 30s. The largest amount of exhibits in a great condition can be found in the Art of Orient Collection in the National Digital Library in Warsaw. It contains antique Chinese porcelain from 17th – 19th centuries, mainly vases and plates depicting nature, mythical creatures and scenes from the daily life. Patterns were marked with cobalt under the enamel and then completed with enamel paints on the glaze. More about antique European porcelain can be read in the English month magazine Apollo a Journal of the Arts available in the Pomeranian Digital Library. It includes an illustrated article about 18th century, English porcelain from Calldwell’s collection. As most of early European pieces of art made with this kind of ceramic, the figures remained white and they present mainly important persons from the noble spheres, children and animals. Other examples of the vintage porcelain objects are located in the National Digital Library POLONA. Among others we can find manually decorated tableware made by Benedykt Dorys or a vase of the cult Messein porcelain immortalized on some monochrome photographs. More about Saxon porcelain made in Messein nearby Dresden you can read in the socio-cultural magazine Litery (eng. Letters) present in the Baltic Digital Library. Big part of the 6th magazine from 1969 is dedicated to the German culture on occasion of a twenty-year anniversary of the East Germany.