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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

France - Pg. 9



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Rouen (22-45)
Existed in 16th century. Numerous factories have been established since then.
22 Guillebaud. Circa 1730.
23 N. J. Bellenger. 1800.
24-32 Miscellaneous.
33 Nicolas Gardin. About 1760.
34, 35
36 Claude Borne. 1738.
37 P. Caussy. Circa 1720.
38 Circa 1722.
39 V. Dubois. Circa 1800.
40 B. Duprey. Circa 1800.
41 Circa 1720.
42 c. 1720.
43 P. Mouchard. c. 1756.
44 c. 1760.
45 M. Vallet. c. 1756.

St. Amand les Eaux (46-53)
Started about 1740. Soft paste porcelain factory established in 1800.
46-51 Early marks on fayence.
52-53 Later marks on porcelain.

St. Cloud (1-10)
Before 1670 to 1773. Fayence and porcelain.
1 Henri Trou, after 1722.
2-6 4 and 6 uncertain.
7, 8 1696-1732.
9 After 1711.
10 Uncertain.

St. Porchaire (Henry II or Oiron) (11,12)
1520-50. No. 12 is the only mark known.
11 A design in the decoration.
12 Scratched under glaze.



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