Etiolles porcelain

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French porcelain
Etiolles hard paste tea jar 1770.jpg

Etiolles hard-paste porcelain tea jar, 1770.

Etiolles porcelain was a type of French hard-paste porcelain, that was manufactured in the city of Etiolles, near Corbeil since 1766. The factory was established by Dominique Monnier and Jean-Baptiste Pellevé.[1] Only rare specimens remain.[1]

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