Aprey Faience

Aprey Faïence is a name used for the painted, tin-glazed faience pottery produced at a glass-works at Aprey, France. This factory was established in 1744 by Jacques Lallemont de Villehaut, the Baron d`Aprey, on his estate. In 1760 he partnered with his brother Joseph, and the two hired Protaix Pidoux, a Swiss pottery painter. Jacques withdrew fr....
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Aprey faience

tin-glazed earthenware produced by the factory of Jacques Lallemant de Villehaut, Baron d`Aprey, established in 1744 on his estate at Aprey, near ...
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