His Coronet maker’s mark was not exclusive to Limoges.It was also used as a mark for pottery imported from Czechoslovakia.In 1771, the brothers Massié and Fourneira Grellet established the first Limoges porcelain factory.It was successful enough that the King of France purchased the plant in 1784 so it could exclusively make white porcelain to...
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Many items of Coronet Limoges date from the period 1906 to 1920.
The Borgfeldt company was in business from around 1881 to 1976.
La Maison Bernardaud produces plates drawn by artist Marc Séguin, close friend of Martin Picard.
Gifted engraver and prolific painter, Marc Séguin's pieces are found in numerous canadian corporate collections and private collections in Quebec, Canada and the US.