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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 2



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Chantilly (27-29)
Founded in 1725. Soft paste porcelain.
27, 28 Marks in blue or red.
29 Marks of M. Pigory after 1802.

Choisy le Roi (30-31)
30 Porcelain. Established 1786.
31 Fayence. H. Boulanger & Co.

Clignancourt (32-40)
Established 1771. Porcelain.
32 1771-1775. Windmill in blue.
33
34 Mark in blue.
35 1775-80. Mark in red.
36 L.S.X. Initials of the Prince in gold.
37 Mark in red.
38 "D" for Deruelle, founder.
39 This mark used to about 1790.In red.
40 About 1779.

Creil (41, 41a)
Established in 18th century.
41, 41a Marks impressed.

Crepy, en Valois (42,43)
1762-1770.
42, 43 Marks incised.

Desvre (44)
Up to 1732.
44 Dupre Poulaine.
44 Dupre Poulaine.

Etiolles (45, 46)
Established 1768.
45, 46 Monier et Pelleve.

Fontainebleu (47-50)
47 Jacob Petit.. Established 1790.
48, 49 Fayence. 17th century.
50 Godebaki & Co. Since 1874.



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