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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 7



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Paris: (Cont'd)
Chicanneau (12)
Until 1762.
12

Dagoty (13)
Established late 18th century to 1820.
13 P. L. Dagoty. Mark in red.

Darte (14)
Founded 1796.
14

Deck (15)
Established 1859. Fayence.
15, Theodore Deck.

Dubois (16)
Founded about 1773 by Vincent Dubois.
16 Mark in blue.

Faubourg St. Denis (17)
Started in 1769 by Pierre Hannong. 17 "C.P." for Charles Philippe, the patron of the factory.

Feuillet (18, 19)
Existed about 1820.
18, 19 Mark in gold or black.

Guy & Housel (Formerly Leboeuf) (20-21)
Existed up to 1804.
20 Guy &Housel.
21 Housel (1799-1804).

Lassia (22, 23)
20 Guy & Housel.
22, 23
Established 1774 by Jean Joseph Lassia.
(22,23)

Leboeuf (Porcelaine de la Reine) (24-27)
Established 1778 by Andre Marie Leboeuf. Successors were Guy & Housel.
24-27 Mark in red. "A" for Marie Antoinette.

Morelle (28)
Established 1773.
28 Morelle Paris. Stencilled or stamped.



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