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German, Westerwald
18th century
1800–1900
Lowestoft
ca. 1780
John Coney
1710–20
French
ca. 1730
Italian, Urbino
second half 16th century
Ludwigsburg Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1760
China
19th century
German
ca. 1530–50
Peter Harache I
1690–91
British
18th century
probably Italian
16th century (?)
Paul-Louis Cyfflé
ca. 1760
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1830–40
Anna Petrus
ca. 1923–24
American or British
1700–1800
probably Italian
16th century (?)
John Plimmer
1802
British
ca. 1780–85
British, Sheffield
late 18th century
British, after Italian original
19th century, after 16th or 18th century original
Dutch
second half 18th century
Francesco Ladatte
ca. 1753
Daniel Garnier
1697–98
French
18th–19th century
French, possibly Lille
18th century
Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Naples
ca. 1765
probably Northern Italian, Padua
ca. 1500
Villeroy
ca. 1740–48
Italian, possibly Venice
16th century
Spanish, Salamanca
last quarter 18th century
probably Italian
16th century (?)
Patanazzi family
1584
Possibly Northern Italian
17th century or later
German, Westerwald
18th century
Japan
mid-19th century
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1735
possibly French or Dutch
17th–18th century
William Crolius
1773
Italian, possibly Venice
1550–1600