Bomep o line barat history
Even the women from the Moulin Rouge have been spun off into a Limoges collectible.They’re represented in the form of a tiny, hinged porcelain mini trinket box.By 1855, the demand for porcelain from Limoges in the United States called for Haviland to construct his own factory in the town.By the late 1850’s, sales in the United States accounted for around half of the antique limoges porcelain being manufactured in the city.The first being the essential ingredients used in creating Limoges porcelain are all local natural ingredients, kaolin, feldspar & quartz.Then the intense firing process that forms the superb glaze that cannot be penetrated by the elements and gives Limoges porcelain that exquisite translucence.By 1861, this would increase again to 27 factories, supporting some 3,166 workers.
Moreover, the city was lucky enough to have a grand forest in Limousin, which could supply the extensive amounts of wood needed to fire the kilns used in the production of antique Limoges porcelain. Workers flocked to the town, and by 1819, four porcelain factories graced the land.
This long production process is what makes Limoges porcelain collectible.
By the end of the process, like snowflakes, no two products will turn out the same.
David Haviland who had come to Limoges from New York in 1842 in search of porcelain to import to the United States, got the ball rolling.
He knew the beauty of the product and the marketability, as his own family had emigrated from Limoges.