Saint Clément

Style of pottery produced at Saint-Clément beginning in 1758 and includes works produced in enameled faience, white biscuit, and tablewares decorated with enamel colors and gilding in the Rococo style of Sceaux pottery and porcelain.

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16997
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Saint Clément
Saint-Clément

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Refers to the style of pottery produced at Saint-Clément beginning in 1758 and includes works produced in enameled faience, white biscuit, and tablewares decorated with enamel colors and gilding in the Rococo style of Sceaux pottery and porcelain.

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Bibliography

  1. 1.  The Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus, 300106426. The J. Paul Getty Trust.