SophieLadyDeParis Shop's Vintage French Faience


Vintage French Faience

1-Yellow Plaid Plates Sarreguemines 1920 - 1940

2-Pedestal Fruit Bowl Blue Floral Monochrome Masonic French Ceramic Hippolyte Boulenger Choisy Le Roi Emile Bourgeois 19th Century

3-Digoin Sarreguemines 1920's Plates Artist Signed Provence Santon Villagers Decor Hand Painted

4-Digoin Sarreguemines 1930's Café au lait bowl

5- Paisley Porcelain Plate 1930's Ceranord

6-Blue Petite Fleur Keller & Guerin 19th crazing creamer

7-Aqua Celadon faience basket Monaco 1950's pottery

8-Digoin Majolica large dish 19th century


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Porcelain History

(...) Porcelain originated in China. Although proto-porcelain wares exist dating from the Shang Dynasty (1600–1046 BC), by the time of the Eastern Han Dynasty period (206 BC – 220 AD), glazed ceramic wares had developed into porcelain.[4][5] Porcelain manufactured during the Tang Dynasty (618–907 AD) was exported(...)more here

French Porcelain

(...)After this initial period, up to the end of the 18th century, French porcelain manufactories would progressively abandon their Chinese and Japanese designs, to become more French in character.Vincennes soft-paste porcelain started to display original French inspiration towards its last years of operation, after which the abundant, varied, and original productions of Sèvres porcelain continued the trend.

Porcelain production further developed with Limoges porcelain, a type of hard-paste porcelain produced by factories near the city of Limoges, France. The manufacturing of hard-paste porcelain in Limoges was established in 1771 following the discovery of local supplies of kaolin and a material similar to petuntse in the economically distressed area at Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, near Limoges(...)

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