Les Islettes

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French faience factory established in 1735 at Bois d’Epense (Meuse), near Lunéville. It produced brightly decorated wares imitative of Strasbourg and Lunéville, and later made Faïence patriotique. It closed in 1848.


Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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