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Peer Smed
ca. 1934
Veuve Perrin Factory
ca. 1760
Chinese, for Scottish market
1785–1800
French
19th century
William Adams
ca. 1856
Worcester factory
18th century
Chinese, for European market
early 19th century
Worcester factory
ca. 1755
John Parker
1761–62
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1742
Paul de Lamerie
1717/18
Chinese, for American market
1790–1800
Ralph Wood the Younger
ca. 1770–80
Worcester factory
ca. 1755–60
Worcester factory
ca. 1755
British
ca. 1750
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1750
Paul Revere Jr.
ca. 1765
Worcester factory
ca. 1755
Joseph Richardson Sr.
1750–55
British (American market)
1785
Worcester factory
ca. 1755
Jean-Etienne Freboul
1737–38
Dihl et Guérhard
1800–1815
Bow Porcelain Factory
ca. 1770
Paul Revere Jr.
ca. 1765
Josiah Wedgwood
ca. 1780
Chinese, for Portuguese market
ca. 1765
Jean François Thiébaud
1769–71
Whieldon type
ca. 1750–70
R. Hall
18th–19th century
Enoch Wood & Sons
ca. 1818–ca. 1846
Meissen Manufactory
ca. 1738
Alexander Johnston
1759–60
Chinese, probably for Swedish market
1770–85
British, Staffordshire
mid-18th century
Chinese, for British market
1770–85
French
1815–30
British, Staffordshire
ca. 1750
John Kentesber
1768–69