Some of the most delightful English porcelain ever made was manufactured in the middle of the eighteenth century at a factory in Chelsea set up two Frenchmen, the jeweller Charles Gouyn and the silversmith Nicholas Sprimont. Sprimont's enterprise - and the skill of the craftsmen he employed - helped to establish English soft paste alongside the great European porcelain manufactures of Meissen and Sevres; and the figures and wares he produced now fetch thousands of pounds at auction. Elizabeth Adams charts the progress of ...

Chelsea Porcelain 2002, British Museum Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780714128061

2nd edition


Chelsea Porcelain 1987, Barrie & Jenkins, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780712615969

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