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Parian (porcelain)

Scope note

Use for a variety of soft or hard paste, white, fine, vitreous porcelain often resembling statuary marble, developed in England in the 1840s and used for figurines, especially dolls, and for art objects, ornament, and tableware. For unglazed porcelain or earthenware that has been fired only once and used for similar types of objects, but producing a grainy texture, use "biscuit."

This term has 381 records attributed within our system.

Term type

AAT
Material
Object category
Object name

Getty AAT term number

3000219039

Broader Terms used

porcelain

Created

11yrs ago

Connected records

Hop Queen

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Copeland
Sculptor: Durham, Joseph
Distributor: Crystal Palace Art Union

Vice Admiral Horatio Nelso (1758-1805)

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Minton (Possibly)

Unknown man

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Unknown

Inkwell

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Unknown

Unknown man

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Unknown

Ralph Stuart

Maker(s)

Manufacturer: Minton
Modeller: Brown, Hamlet

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