Sèvres

French national porcelain factory and a leading influence on European ceramics fashions c. 1760-1815. Soft-paste porcelain was manufactured exclusively from c. 1740 until the discovery of local china clay deposits enabled true porcelain to be produced from 1768. From the 1750s, Sèvres acquired and maintained its lead in French ceramics, largely due …...

Sèvres

city, Hauts-de-Seine département, Paris region, France. Sèvres is a southwestern residential suburb of Paris, on the left bank of the Seine River ...
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Sèvres

Fine porcelain produced at a factory in Sèvres, France (now a Paris suburb), since the early 18th century. It is characterized by the use of intensely coloured backgrounds (such as pink and royal...
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sevres

French national porcelain factory and a leading influence on European ceramics fashions c1760-1815.
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Sèvres

Sèvres (sev'ru) , town (1990 pop. 22,057), Hauts-de-Seine dept., N central France, on the Seine River; a residential suburb SW of Paris. The famous Sèvres ware porcelain is made in the town, which has a ceramics museum founded by Alexandre Brongniart and a ceramics school. Explosives, ...
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