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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 3



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Gien (51)
Established about 1864. Majolica.
51 Mark stencilled.

Goult (1,2)
1740-1805.
1,2 Marks on fayence.

La Rochelle (2a)
Established 1743.
2a J. Briqueville.

La Sienie (3,4)
Establishes 1774.
3,4

La Tour d'Algues (5,6)
Before 1773 to 1793.
5,6

Le Montet (7)
Late factory of stoneware.
7

Lille (8-17)
Existed in 1696. Porcelain after 1711.There were numerous factories here producing fayence.
8-11 Francois Boussemart. 1729-1778. Fayence.
12
13 1784 to about 1792.
14-16 14 -On porcelain. 15-F. Boussemart. 16-Fayence.
17 19th century porcelain.

Limoges (18-52)
First porcelain factory here in 1773. Haviland & Co. founded in 1840.
18-20 J. Pouyat. Earthenware.
21-23 1773-1788 Hard paste porcelain.
24-26 Marks of late Limoges factories.
27-31 Late Haviland marks.



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