Jewish Museum Exhibit Tour
An exhibit of porcelain pottery made by a descendent of the Ephrussi family of Odessa, Vienna, et. al., is at the center of a history of the family.
From Wikipedia: "...Charles Joachim Ephrussi (1792–1864), from Berdichev, made a fortune controlling grain distribution beginning in the free port of Odessa (then Russian Empire, now Ukraine) and later controlled large-scale oil resources across Crimea and the Caucasus. By 1860, the family was the world’s largest exporter of wheat."
The family funded their oil and grain distribution through family owned banks, with branches in Vienna, Paris and London. Their home and operations moved from Odessa to Vienna, and were later seized by the Nazis after the "Anschluss" - the annexation of Austria in 1938.