1. Porcelain - Wikipedia

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    Porcelain originated in China. Although proto-porcelain wares exist dating from the Shang Dynasty (1600–1046 BC), by the time of the Eastern Han Dynasty period (206 ...

  2. Meissen Porcelain Marks. - Antique collection | Meissen ...

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    History and examples of early Meissen porcelain marks.

  3. The History of Meissen Porcelain ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

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    Early in the 18th century, Augustus the Strong, elector of Saxony, arrested alchemist Johann Friedrich Bottger and imprisoned him in the town of Meissen; his mission ...

  4. Wade Marks & Dating Wade Pottery & Porcelain

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    Keys to Dating Wade pottery and identifying Wade Marks. Covering dates for Wade Whimsies, Wade's collectible whisky decanters and Wades Irish porcelain

  5. Derby Marks and Dating Royal Crown Derby Porcelain

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    Collecting Royal Crown Derby Porcelain means dating Derby marks. Knowing if they are Osmaston road, Nottingham road or King street marks will help date them

  6. China and Dinnerware - Collector Information | Collectors ...

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    Excellent, Rare Meissen 19th C, Antique Teapot. Flower Encrusted Impressive Large Old Meissen Porcelain Hand Painted Center Bowl With Openwork Vintage Marked …

  7. The Wallace Collection - The Collection - Ceramics

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    The Wallace Collection is home to one of Europes finest collections of works of art, paintings, furniture, arms & armour and porcelain.

  8. Pottery, Porcelain and China Marks - My Granny's Attic ...

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    We provide this antique and collectible research and resource as a courtesy to help identify collectibles and antiques by the makers mark or porcelain mark and gain ...

  9. holland-antique - Home

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    Chinese porcelain lidded jar from the Vung Tau shipwreck, Kangxi period, 17thC. The decoration is on one side a scene with people and the other site a rock with flowers.

  10. Imari Porcelain - Collectors Weekly

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    Imari is a style of porcelain named after the Japanese port from which it was shipped to the West, beginning in the late 17th century. Originally made in the town now ...