Pate-sar-Pate - (Porcelain French)

Pate-sar-Pate - (Porcelain, French) Meaning clay on clay. Porcelain decoration by means of painting in a white or tinted slip; first used at Sevres about the middle of the nineteenth century and introduced into England by Marc Solon about 1870 when he left the French factory to come and work at Mintons.

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