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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 6



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Nevers (Cont'd)
13 M. Montaignon. Late 19th century.

Niderviller (14-30)
Established 1754. Pottery and porcelain.
14-16 Baron de Beyerlet period. 1754-1780.
17-20 General Count Custine period.
21 Monogram (F.C.L.) of M. Lanfrey. 1802-1827
22-27 Custine period. 1780-1801.
28, 29 M. Lanfrey. 1802-1827.
30 M. L. G. Dryander. From 1827.

Orleans (1-4a)
Fayence and porcelain factories established in 1753.
1 Soft paste porcelain.
2 Hard paste porcelain.
3 Benoist le Brun. 1808-11. Initials in gold or blue.
4 on earthenware figures.
4a

Paris: (5-28) (1-15)

Angouieme (Rue de Bondy) (5-8)
1781-1829. Hard paste porcelain.
Marks in red or gold either stencilled or painted. Founded by Dihl & Guerhard.
5-7 Angouleme Guerhard.
8 1793 or later.

Belleville (now Fontainebleu) (9)
Established in 1790 by Jacob Petit.
9 Mark in blue.

Chanou,Henri (Faubourg St. Ant.)
Established 1784.
10, 11 Henri F. Chanou.

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