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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 5



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Mathault (23)
Fayence factory established 18th century.
23

Meillonas (24)
Established about 1745.
24 On fayence.

Mennecy, Villeroy (25)
1735-1806. Both fayence and porcelain.
Mark is painted or impressed.
25 Initials of Duc de Villeroy, patron of the factory.

Moustiers (26-66)
1686-1800. Fayence.
26-48 Joseph Olery. 18th century.
49-66 Miscellaneous 18th century marks.

Moulins (67)
18th century fayence.

Nevers (1-12)
Fayence. Existed in 16th century. Many
factories here in the 18th century.
1 J. Boulard.
2 Denis Lefebvre.
3 Jacques Bourdu.
4
5 Circa 1700.
6 Haly.
7, 8 Henri Borne.
9 Jacques Seigne. 18th century.
10
11 Henri Borne.
12 Domenique Conrade. 1650-1672.

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