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Paris porcelain


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The general term used for the products of numerous porcelain factories and decorating workshops in and around Paris between 1780 and 1840. After the French Revolution, when the monopoly of the Sèvres factory came to an end, a number of other establishments also produced high quality, lavishly gilded vases and services in the Empire style. The factories were known either by the name of the proprietor or that of the street where they had their shop and included Darte Frères, Feuillet, and Rue de Crussol.

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