Dating chinese export porcelain
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Dating back to a privilege given by the emperor to Claudius Innocentius du Paquier in 1718, it is, after Meissen porcelain, Europe's second oldest producer of hard-paste porcelain.
Since 1744, Augarten pieces bear the shield from the coat of arms of the Dukes of Austria as a trademark. Sorgenthal led the factory to dramatic changes in styles and techniques.
You can also click on the photo of a particular ceramics vessel and read article to find out more details.
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The Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur ("Vienna Porcelain Manufactory") was a porcelain manufactory located in Vienna, Austria.
The Vienna Porcelain Manufactory was the second porcelain manufactory to be established in Europe.