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Greek, Attic
520–500 BCE
Italian, Venice (Murano)
18th century
Greek, Attic
520–500 BCE
Elias Adam
ca. 1735–36
Flemish
18th century
Greek, Attic
510–500 BCE
possibly French
19th century
Matthew Boulton
ca. 1830
workshop of Guido Durantino
ca. 1550–70
ca. 1830
Greek, Attic
late 6th century BCE/early 5th century BCE
Sèvres Manufactory
1772
Chantilly
1750–55
Greek, Attic
late 6th century BCE/early 5th century BCE
Italian, Urbino
ca. 1550–70
French, Lunéville (?)
ca. 1755–60
Enea Vico
ca. 1560–90
Greek, Attic
500–480 BCE
Orazio Fontana
ca. 1545
Oltos
ca. 520–510 BCE
Sèvres Manufactory
1772
Greek, Attic
ca. 500 BCE
Sèvres Manufactory
1780
Marcantonio Raimondi
ca. 1550 or later
Sèvres Manufactory
1771–72
Oltos
ca. 520–510 BCE
Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg
ca. 1760
Ignaz Joseph Würth
marked 1781
British
18th century
Sèvres Manufactory
1771–72
Oltos
ca. 520–510 BCE
Sèvres Manufactory
1772
Greek, Attic
last quarter of 6th century BCE
Doccia Porcelain Manufactory
ca. 1760–70
Matthew Boulton Company
ca. 1830
Elias Adam
ca. 1735–36
Greek, Attic
500–480 BCE
British
ca. 1527
ca. 1830
Greek, Attic
490–470 BCE