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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 11



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Sevres (Cont'd}
18 1810-1814. In red.
19 1815-1824. Generally in blue.
20-23 1824-1829. Generally in blue.
24 1829-1830. Used on pieces only gilded.
25 1829-1830. Used on decorated pieces.
26 1830. In blue.
27 Used since 1818. 48 represents year 1848.
28 1831-1834. In gold or blue.
29 1834. Usually in blue. Louis Philippe.
30 1834-1848. Usually in green.
31-33 Louis Philippe. From 1834.
34 1848-1851.
35 1852-1872. Usually in red.
36 From 1852.
37 On royal services for various chateaux.
38 1872-1879. Mark shows year of gilding. In red.
39 1872-1879. Mark shows year of decoration. In red.
40 For Catherine II of Russia.
41 1872.
42 Issued in 1861 undecorated.
43 1900-1904 and later.
44 1900-1904 and later. Impressed on biscuit.
45 1860-1899. Impressed on biscuit.
46, 47 These marks indicate year of decoration.
48 1890-1904. In red.

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