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Jr. Docent Podcast #9: Early Developments in Porcelain

Apr

25

Tsars’ Cabinet: Imperial Porcelain Factory Egg

The Tsars’ Cabinet: Two Hundred Years of Russian Decorative Arts under the Romanovs

For centuries China was the sole producer of porcelain (hence the name China) because of the large deposits of kaolin clay there, but as other deposits of this special clay were found and new production methods perfected, other countries, including Russia, began to produce this translucent and durable tableware.

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By: Jr. Docents Clare and Calla

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