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Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1736
European or Middle Eastern
ca. 1150–ca. 1250
Algerian, Kabyle
18th–19th century
Greek, Eastern Mediterranean
2nd–1st century BCE
30 B.C.–A.D. 364
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1720–40
Irfé
1927
ca. 1479–1425 B.C.
Villeroy
ca. 1740–45
ca. 1550–1070 B.C.
Tess Sholom
1983
Worcester factory
ca. 1755
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1850–70
1st Century B.C.–1st Century A.D.
Roman
1st–2nd century CE
9th–19th century
Roman, probably Italian
late 1st century BCE–early 1st century CE
French
13th century
Todd Oldham
fall/winter 1993–94
Yves Saint Laurent
spring/summer 1989
Roman
3rd century CE
Frankish
7th century
1830–40
Chinese, for Portuguese market
late 17th–early 18th century
Peter Rahm
1717–18
6th–7th century
early 19th century
possibly British, Leeds
late 18th century
Roman
1st century BCE–3rd century CE
Sèvres Manufactory
1787
Worcester factory
ca. 1765–70
Italian, Venice or Austrian, Innsbruck
ca. 1560
American
1733
Coptic
4th century
Roman
1st century CE
Frankenthal Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1770
probably French
1927–28
30 B.C.–A.D. 364
American or British
1780–1825
Chinese, for Dutch market
1748