Saint-Cloud Porcelain, France (1693-1766) Photos

Saint-Cloud (1693-1766) made soft-paste porcelain emulating Asian designs starting in blue & white and then evolving into polychrome decoration. Competition from Chantilly and Vincennes porcelain factories put Saint-Cloud out of business.

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Porcelain water pitchers & mustard pot made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris with silver fittings by Paul le Riche at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain vessels made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain bowl with oriental décor made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain cosmetic jars made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Porcelain water pitchers & mustard pot (1720s) made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris with silver fittings by Paul le Riche at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain vessels (1720-50s) made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain bowl with oriental décor (1720-30) made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Porcelain cosmetic jars (c1730) made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.
Porcelain plate & covered bowl made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.


Porcelain plate & covered bowl (18thC) made by Manuf. Saint-Cloud of Paris at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.



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