Sevres China Marks

The best china pieces to come from the famous Sevres region of France were made during the second half of the 18th century. It is widely held that the quality of Serves porcelain began to drop just before 1800.

Not to suggest that Sevres china from after that are junk; far from it. They are beautiful and valuable collectibles. However as a starting point for what we hope will be a Collectible Antiques Etc.’s Catalog of Porcelain Marks – we offer a few early Sevres marks.

There is much more to come, we promise.

A very early Sevres mark. Used before  1753 A very early Sevres mark. Used before 1753.

Another earliest Sevres mark. From 1753 but used afterwards. Another earliest Sevres mark. From 1753 but used afterwards.

Used in 1753 but common on later, but still valuable, fakes.Used in 1753 but common on later, but still valuable, fakes.

Used about 1756.Used about 1756.

Mark From approximately 1778From approximately 1778.

Mark used before 1793.Mark used before 1793.

In use from 1793-1800In use from 1793-1800.

Common Sevres mark from 1793-1804Common Sevres mark from 1793-1804.

Marks Used from 1801-1804Used from 1801-1804.

Marks Used from 1804-1809Used from 1804-1809.

Silas Finch is a freelance writer and regular contributor to Collectible Antiques Etc. He can be reached at Content and Solutions.

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