THE FORMER ROYAL WARRANT HOLDERS OF THE ROYAL COURT OF BAVARIA

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To be appointed an official Royal Warrant Holder of the Royal Court of Bavaria was a particular honour and sign of recognition for traders and service providers. At that time, it was similar to being knighted and becoming a member of the nobility. The title vouched for optimum quality, which the supplier to the Royal Court of Bavaria was henceforth personally obliged to provide. The great honour of displaying the royal coat of arms on their shop frontages and on their letterheads was also bestowed on the warrant holder.

This right was tied to a strict control of the supplier’s quality and reputation and was only granted on a personal basis. The right lapsed if the supplier’s company was sold or if the bearer of the title passed away.

That is why today only former Royal Warrant Holders of the Royal Court of Bavaria are existing, provided they are supplying products which are still rooted in the tradition conferred by the court title. The right to bear the Wittelsbach royal coat of arms requires the approval of the House of Wittelsbach.

THE FORMER ROYAL WARRANT HOLDERS OF THE ROYAL COURT OF BAVARIA

EILLES

As early as 1873, Joseph Eilles recognised that the highest quality standards and the greatest care when it comes to workmanship are irreplaceable if you want to create extraordinary products.

KONDRAUER

In 1897, the mineral spring water supplier was ennobled to become an official Royal Warrant to the Royal Court of Bavaria. Even today the modern family-run company remains true to its traditional values and guarantees premium quality from Bavaria.

PRANTL

From 1822 to 1945, Franz Anton Prantl’s shop was situated directly beside the Residenz (Munich Residence). In this time his company developed into one of the top addresses for fine printed products. Prantl still supplies the members of the House of Wittelsbach even today.

PARFÜMERIE BRÜCKNER

Although a royal court has not existed for a very long time, the Parfümerie Brückner remains true to its motto »Luxury and Top-Quality Service«. Here classic and modern elements are combined in such a way that all customers, both male and female, always find something special in the company’s branches in Munich.

LUDWIG BECK

When the king called, there was nothing holding back an ambitious Munich-based company. The former master of ornamental trimmings, Ludwig Beck, supplied the palaces of Ludwig II and was awarded the title »Königlich bayerischer Hofposamentier«.

KÖNIGLICHE PORZELLAN MANUFAKTUR NYMPHENBURG

The master porcelain workshops produce style-defining and tailor made designs, spanning four centuries. They are still designed today by the most notable artists, architects and designers.

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