A factory whose name has become synonymous with transfer-printed earthenware in France, although subsequently much was made elsewhere. Creil was founded in 1795, and became the first French pottery to produce creamware to imitate and compete with the mass of inexpensive tablewares exported from British factories such as wedgwood. Designs, transfer-
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town, Oise département, Picardy région, northern France, on the Oise River, north of Paris. Its Gothic church of Saint-Médard has a 13th-century ...
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Creil is a large town in northern France. It is designated municipally as a commune within the département of Oise. ==History== Archaeological remains in the area include a Neolithic site, as well as a late Iron Age necropolis, perhaps belonging to a Gaulish fortress or protected camp. The city itself is mentioned for the first time in a 633 AD d
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A factory whose name has become synonymous with transfer-printed earthenware in France, although subsequently much was made elsewhere.
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