Old And Sold Antiques Auction & Marketplace

Antiques Digest Browse Auctions Appraisal Home

We have thousands of articles related to pottery, porcelain, and antiques!
Use our search engine to find all the information you need.

Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 10



[ Page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  ]


St. Paul (13)
Fayence. 18th and 19th centuries.
13

Sarreguemines (14-22)
Established about 1770 by Paul Utzchneider.
14-22 These are 19th century marks found on fayence and porcelain.

Sceaux Penthievre (23-30)
23-25 1772-1795. Richard Glot.
26-30 After 1775.

Sevres
Factory formerly established at Vincennes in 1745 was removed to Sevres in 1756. Soft paste porcelain was made until 1769 when both soft and hard were produced. The quality of the work fell off after 1793. From 1890 to 1904 date was generally omitted from mark. Sevres also noted for its fine biscuit, which was not marked until after 1860. Marks until 1793 were generally in overglaze blue. Many imitations of these early marks are found. 1,2 Early Sevres or Vincennes. Before 1753. These marks were occasionally used after this date.
3 1753. This mark was faked on later wares made in the Sevres factory and also on modern pieces made elsewhere.
4 Early Sevres.
5-7 Crown over interlaced "L" used on some pieces of hard paste porcelain.
8 1778.
9 1756.
10-14 1793-1804.
15 1793-1800.
16 1801-1804.
17 1804-1809. In red.

Related Articles:
SEVRES CHINA - 1756 TO DATE
Sevres Porcelain
Sevres European Porcelain
French Porcelain
France And Pottery
France's Fantastic Glass
French Pottery
Show All Articles Related To: French Porcelain



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
Belgium

China

Denmark

France

Germany

Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)

Holland

Italy

Japan

Luxembourg

Norway

Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United States