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Admin11.07.2021

Antique Ceramics

It was at Meissen that the first true hard-paste porcelain was manufactured outside of China, and the story of that accomplishment has the high drama of fiction - all the more intriguing because it is true.
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Admin13.07.2021

Identifying Sevres Porcelain

Penny: I have a pair of miniature urns 8cms high which are faintly mottled cobalt blue with gilt "ropes" top and bottom and garlands around the widest part.
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Admin08.08.2021

Identifying Sevres Porcelain

The was marked by lavish , strong colours, and references to military conquests; Napoleon's ultimately unsuccessful expedition to sparked a fashion for "Neo-Egyptian" wares.
Admin18.08.2021

Category:Porcelain marks of Germany

Brongniart was a scientist and son of an architect but a man with little or no experience in porcelain manufacturing or design.
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Admin31.07.2021

Category:Porcelain marks of Germany

Roseville Pottery is a perennial favorite among collectors.
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Admin24.08.2021

Porcelain and pottery marks

Unglazed white biscuit figurines were also great favorites.
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Admin21.07.2021

Sevres Porcelain a Guide to the History & Marks

Figures were almost entirely in unglazed , an "invention" of Vincennes.
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Admin13.08.2021

French Limoges and Sevres Marks

Sevres Porcelain Sevres Porcelain — The company history, its products, its double L mark and the main periods.
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Admin10.07.2021

Staffordshire

In 1740 a group of artisans deserted form one such competitor, the Chantilly manufactory in Oise, and embarked on an endeavor to produce an improved soft paste porcelain that more closely resembled the porcelain of China and the Meissen manufactory in Saxony which by this time had begun to produce true hard paste.
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Admin16.06.2021

Sèvres porcelain — Everything you need to know

Sevres gilding, too, is best described as sumptuous.
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Admin19.07.2021

Sevres Porcelain a Guide to the History & Marks

What type of paste is it made from? This transition had actually begun in 1759 after the discovery of Kaolin, in France close to Limoges.
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Admin05.07.2021

Category:Porcelain marks of Germany

Elephant vase with candleholders, c.
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