Egg-shell Porcelain - (Porcelain) Glossary of Antique Terms E

Egg-shell Porcelain - (Porcelain) Porcelain of extreme thinness as first made in China at the beginning of the fifteenth century (the Yung Lo period) and again under K'ang-hsi, Yung Cheng and Ch'ien Lung (1662-1795). Certain nineteenth-century English factories-especially Minton-produced egg-shell wares.

Art Deco Eggshell porcelain Belleek shamrock vase


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