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Author Topic: 19th Century Bohemian Pottery  (Read 283 times)
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« on: October 09, 2014, 08:01:33 pm »

More references to fire the creative juices:

"Seeking Pottery Treasures From 19th Century Bohemia"
http://www.go-star.com/antiquing/bohemian_pottery.htm

"...With the discovery of kaolin in 1788 at Gabhorn, near Karlovy Vary, Bohemia was able to commence the economical production of porcelain and other ceramics where previously these pieces had been imported, especially from Thuringia. By the second half of the 19th century, the ceramic factories in Bohemia were flourishing. By 1905, the Teplitz area was reputed to have 30 different pottery manufacturers and was the largest pottery center in Europe..."


"W. Schiller unique form Egyptian stoneware ewer"
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