Universal Exhibition of Agricultural, Industrial and Fine Arts Products - Paris 1855

Agriculture, Industry and Fine Arts

May 15, 1855 - November 15, 1855


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Austria

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After the clock, a pyramid of Austrian wines, drawn from the first growths of the Voeslau in the centre, was displayed. Immediately afterwards, the Austrian Patriotic Society exhibited grain. On the right are samples of wood; on the left are models of Morsky's agricultural instruments, models of extreme delicacy of execution. In the centre are agricultural products, followed by an elegant pavilion, under which are numerous models of very elegant agricultural instruments and machines. In the centre are candles and soaps, with a bust of Napoleon III, made of soap. To the right and left, chemical match factories displayed products in all shapes and colours. In the centre, irons by Rosthorn and Dickmar. On the left, under the vault, are the products of the tinsmith's trade, and a showcase containing samples of Miesbach terracotta, tiles, bricks, etc. Finally, in the centre, an elegant cast iron candelabra with four branches, priced at 1,500 fr., completes the Austrian exhibition.

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