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Picasso) Agostinelli, Domenico & Ermete (IT) Agterberg, Christoffel (NL) 1883-1948 Aho, Kaarina (FI) 1925- buys Rörstrand in 1983, from 1990 Hackman Group Arbeid, Dan (GB) Argonautes, les (FR) Vallauris Arnhem (NL) pottery factory Ars Artigiana (IT) Ars Pulchra (IT) Artigas, Joseph Llorens (ES) Artpot, atelier (CH) Crousaz Ase, Arne (NO) 1940- Asshof, Bruno & Ingeborg (DE) Aston, Chris (GB) Elkesley Astoul, Eric (FR) 1954 Atmer de Reig, Christine (DE) Atterberg, Ingrid (SE) ("Abg") 1920-2008 Aubert, Felix (FR) 1866-1953 Sèvres Aubry, Michèle (FR) 1942- Auld, Ian (UK) Austry, Jean (FR) Axella (DK) B Baarspul, Adriana (NL) 1940- Baccarini, Domenico (IT) Bagni (IT) Raymor ("BAG") Bailey, Jane (DK) Baillot-Jourdan, C. Baldelli, Citta di Castello, (IT) Balzar, Heiner (DE) Bampi, Richard (DE) Bang, Arne & Jacob (DK) Bang, Michael (DK) 1944- Barlach, Ernst (DE) Baudisch, Gudrun (AT, Vienna) 1906-1982 Baudouin, Joël, Vallauris (FR) Baud, André (FR) 1903-1986 Vallauris Beauclair, René (FR) Paris Bertetti, Le Torino (IT) Atelier Bertoncello (IT) kubist forms Besnard, Jean (FR) 1889-1958 Bessone, Marius (FR) Vallauris (1929- Beswick Pottery (GB) Beyer, Paul (FR) 1873-1945 Bigot, Alexandre (FR) 1862-1927 Paris/Aulnay (usine) Bing & Grondahl porcelain factory (DK) Bioley, André (CH) 1926-1987 Biron, Pierre-Joseph (FR) 1896-1948 Biron, Willy (BE) Bouffioulx Bitossi (IT Les Argonautes Braden, Nora (GB) pupil Bernard Leach Breetvelt, Henri. (NL) 1877-1933 Brown, Paul (GB) Bray (FR) Brüel, Axel (DK) Brüggemann, Antje (DE) Bruun, Edith Sonne (DK) Goedewaagen Cacciapuoti, Guido (IT) Calm-Wierink, Lotte (AT/NL) 1897- Camart, Ray (FR) Antibes Cantagalli, Firenze (IT) Capodimonte (IT) Cardinalli, Franco (FR) Carbonell, Guidette (FR) (1907-) Cardew, Michael (GB) 1901-1983 London Cardew, Seth (GB) Capron, Roger, Vallauris (FR) (1922-) Carlsson, Stig (SE) Carlton Ware (GB) Carstens, Tönnieshof, Freden (AT) CAS Ceramica Artistica Solimene (IT) Catteau, Charles (BE) 1880-1966 Neveux, Charles Roger Chambost, Pol (FR) (1906-1983) Champy, Claude (FR) 1944 Chaplet, Ernest (1835-1909) (FR) Chapallaz, Edouard (Dullier, CH) 1921- Chavannes (CH), Ecole Suisse de Céramique (ESC) Charolles (FR) Chaumeil, Henri (FR) 1877-1944 Moret-sur-Loing/Paris Cherf, Aude (CH) Chessa, Gigi (IT) 1898-1935 Royal Copenhagen Chini, Galileo (IT) workshop Ciboure (Basque) 1919 Cipolla, Salvatore (IT) Clante, Henry (DK) Cloutier, les Frères (FE) Cluny, céramique de (FR) Cocteau, Jean (FR) 1889-1963 Colenbrander, T. Clément Cookson, Delan (GB) Cooper, Waistel (GB) Coper, Hans (DE-GB) 1920-1981 Coralie (FR?

During the Belgian revolution of 1830 and the period of mutiny afterwards (1830-1839) the family BOCH had already acquired a long tradition in the field of faience and a lot of strategic experience in anticipating politic and economic developments.The family build up this know-how since 1748, the year François BOCH decided to abandon his occupation of iron caster to make ceramics in Audun-le-Tiche (Lorraine), assisted by his son in law Pierre Valette and by his three sons.Originally Sphinx was a glass and earthenware factory, but the glass division was separated from the company and merged with Stella into Kristalunie.As of 1879 the image of the sphinx has been used as a logo and since 1899 the company was called De Sphinx (v/h Petrus Regout & Co.). Aardewerkfabriek De Toekomst (pottery The Future) in Oosterhout.To my surprise the Museum holds four European earthenware dishes, all of which were found in Yala province in southern Thailand (Fig. They include three dishes with sponge-printed or painted decorations (so-called spongeware) and one plate by Wedgwood & Co. (a separate company to the more famous Josiah Wedgwood & Sons). The dish with a central stylised floral design and an impressed bell mark was made by the Glasgow-based pottery J. Two British shipping lines frequented the ports between Bangkok-Singapore and Bangkok-Hong Kong.

The museum director Dr Pariwat Thammapreechakorn told me that there were many 18th and 19th-century European ceramics excavated in Thailand, mostly from the southern provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat. Steamers of the Ocean Line (Holt & Co.) ran a daily service between Bangkok and Singapore and each journey took four days.Among those European ceramic fragments, about 90% are transfer-printed earthenware and 10% spongeware.Most of them are decorated with vegetal or geometric motifs, while figural motifs are scarce (Figs. I began to ponder why and since when, the Thai people used broken European ceramics to adorn one of the most impressive Buddhist temples in Bangkok.Lorraine becomes French territory in 1765 and the three brothers obtain a double nationality, the French and the Luxemburg.Fearing the competition of the French faience factories, and with the help of the decentralisation politics of Maria Theresa of Austria, they obtain the permission, in 1766, to establish a faience factory near Luxemburg, under attractive tax conditions. Interestingly the pattern design is very similar to In the 1890s, Britain had the largest share of the carrying trade to Siam (now Thailand), with Germany coming second.