Triangle and anchor: Chelsea porcelain from the Williamsburg Collection

United States, 1978

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Traces the history of porcelain from China in the 9th century to Chelsea, England in the mid-eighteenth century. Discusses the various factory marks used on Chelsea porcelain and shows the development from simple white tableware to elaborately coloured and gilded dishes and figurines

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