In 1756, the factory moved to Sèvres, near Madame de Pompadour's Bellevue Palace. This new building, 130 meters longer, was built between 1753 to 1756 with Lindet as architect. It became a royal factory in 1759.
Sèvres dinnerware from the service “riche en couleurs et riche en or” ordered in 1784 for the queen Marie-Antoinette.
Sèvres manufactured for Louis XVI a series of vases. This example, with the infants and a "bleu nouveau" ground color, bear classical scenes and an additional decoration of "jewels" composed of enamel drops over gold foil.
The Toilet of Madame: Hard-paste porcelain, marble, gilt on bronze. Portraying a domestic scene from upper-class life.