Porcelain manufactory established by the Prince de Condé at his chateau in Chantilly. Early wares of the manufactory imitated Japanese ceramics, and also used Eastern motifs for decoration. Soft-paste porcelain was the medium for early production. The manufactory specialized in delicately modeled jugs, tureens, plates, teapots, cups and saucers in the shape of leaves.

We have 9 objects that Chantilly Porcelain Factory has been involved with.

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