Chantilly Porcelain, France (1730-1800) Photos

Chantilly manufactory (1730-1800) made soft-paste porcelain emulating Oriental designs. Several key people moved and established a new operation in Vincennes in 1740.

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Porcelain tureen with pomegranate finial from Chantilly, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Porcelain tureen with flower handle from Chantilly, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Tin-glazed earthenware ewer & basin by Chantilly Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Chantilly porcelain plates with flowers at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.
Porcelain tureen with pomegranate finial (c1735-45) from Chantilly, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Porcelain tureen with flower handle (c1735-45) from Chantilly, France at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Tin-glazed earthenware ewer & basin (c1735) by Chantilly Manuf., France at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.Chantilly porcelain plates with flowers (1740-50) at Nissim de Camondo Museum. Paris, France.

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