French porcelain was first made under the rule of Louis XV in manufactory in Rouen, Normandy France.


Different techniques such as turning, moulding or calibrating is used to create a fiaence of required shape and finish. These pieces are then baked at 1050? C to make it a clean and porous ?biscuit?, which is then soaked in enamel to glaze the surface. Usually a palette of white and the classic Nevers Blue is used to decorate the surface. The product is then ?big fired? at 980 ? C to give it a smo...

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