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 (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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