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How is porcelain used today?
Today, porcelain is used in a variety of ways. Due to its strength, appealing appearance and insulating properties, porcelain is a popular material for crafting drinkware and tableware as well as decorative objects. Manufacturers also produce electric insulation, dental bridges, tile and bathroom fittings out of porcelain. Explore a large selection of porcelain ware on 1stDibs.
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H&R Daniel Plate, Shrewsbury Shape, Peach, Flowers and Tooled Gilt, ca 1827
Located in London, GB
This is a rare and beautiful plate made by H&R Daniel in about 1827. The plate was potted in the "Shrewsbury" shape and bears pattern 4318, consisting of a peach ground with tooled g...
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Antique 1820s English Rococo Revival Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of H&R Daniel Plates, Shrewsbury Shape, Pink, Landscapes Patt.4276, ca 1827
Located in London, GB
This is a rare and beautiful pair of plates made by H&R Daniel in about 1827. The plates were potted in the "Shrewsbury" shape and bear pattern no. 4276 with a pink ground, a fine sq...
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Antique 1820s English Rococo Revival Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Spill Vase, Maroon with Flowers, Regency ca 1825
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful spill vase with a white pearled ring around the body, a deep maroon ground and a stunning floral panel on the front, and an elegant gilt pattern on the back. Spi...
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Antique 1820s English Regency Vases

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Porcelain

Berte Jessen Faience Bird Dish for Royal Copenhagen, 1970s Denmark
Located in Balen, BE
Elevate your interior and collection with this exquisite bird dish designed by the renowned Danish ceramic artist Berte Jessen for Royal Copenhagen. Known for her distinctive and pla...
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Late 20th Century Danish Scandinavian Modern Porcelain

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Teapot Stand / Plate, Blue Faux Wood, Rococo Revival, ca 1828
Located in London, GB
This is a rather stunning and very unusual teapot stand or plate with a striking blue faux wood pattern. The plate is potted in the Writhen shape with two handles in the Rococo Reviv...
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Antique 1820s English Rococo Revival Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

19th Century Wilhelm & Graef Porcelain Oyster Plate Pair
Located in Winter Park, FL
A pair of Wilhelm & Graef porcelain oyster plates with five pale pink wells and a center well for sauce. Wide square rim with delicate gold foliate decoration. Mark to underside: Wil...
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Antique Late 19th Century German Beaux Arts Porcelain

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain

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