Ottweiler porcelain

Ottweiler porcelain

      true, or hard-paste, German porcelain produced in the Rhineland from 1763 onward. The factory was started by Étienne-Dominique Pellevé, a porcelain maker from Rouen, France, under the patronage of Prince Wilhelm Heinrich of Nassau-Saarbrücken. The Ottweiler factory was situated within the Prince's garden. Few specimens of Ottweiler porcelain are known. After 1789 the works produced only a kind of stoneware called English Stone porcelain.

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  • Ottweiler porcelain — is a type of hard paste porcelain which used to be made in Ottweiler, Germany. Today, only few pieces have survived. History Étienne Dominique Pellevé, of Rouen, France, started producing this porcelain in Ottweiler in 1763. The factory was under …   Wikipedia

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