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Persia, Syria, Turkey, Poland - Pg. 1
Persia Turkey and Syria (1-14)
Little porcelain was made in the Near East. The pottery is strong in color and floral decorations are common. Marks are found infrequently and those presented are merely reptesentative of the style.
1 On blue and white fayence.
2 17th century.
3 19th century.
4 Mohammed Ali, Early 19th century.
5-8 Blue and white fayence. 19th century.
9 Glazed pottery. 16th or 17th century.
14 On Turkish porcelain.
Many potteries here from the 12th century. The Belvedere factory at Warsaw was established in 1774. M. Oginski founded pottery works at Telechany at the end of the 18th century and at Warsaw Wolff erected works in 1775. The Korzec porcelain factory was started in 1803 and abandoned a few years later. Information on the Proskau manufactory will be found under "Germany".
1-3 Korzec. Hard paste porcelain. From 1803.
4, 5 Belvedere. 1774 to about 1800. Mark over-glaze.
6 Wolff at Warsaw. From 1775.
7 M. Oginski at Telechany. Late 18th century.
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Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)
Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland
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