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Chelsea Porcelain Factory Collection

"Discover the exquisite craftsmanship of the Chelsea Porcelain Factory, known for their stunning creations dating back to the 18th century

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Cauliflower Tureen, Chelsea, c. 1755

Cauliflower Tureen, Chelsea, c. 1755

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Seal, Chelsea, 1750/70

Seal, Chelsea, 1750/70

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Dish, Chelsea, c. 1760 or probably later copy. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Dish, Chelsea, c. 1760 or probably later copy. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Dish, Chelsea, c. 1760 or probably later copy

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Teapot, Chelsea, 1747 / 49. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Teapot, Chelsea, 1747 / 49. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Teapot, Chelsea, 1747/49

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Tea Bowl and Saucer, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Tea Bowl and Saucer, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Tea Bowl and Saucer, Chelsea, c. 1755

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Boy with Dog, Chelsea, c. 1760. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Boy with Dog, Chelsea, c. 1760. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Boy with Dog, Chelsea, c. 1760

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Cauliflower Tureen, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Cauliflower Tureen, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Cauliflower Tureen, Chelsea, c. 1755

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Goat and Bee Cream Jug, Chelsea, c. 1745. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Goat and Bee Cream Jug, Chelsea, c. 1745. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Goat and Bee Cream Jug, Chelsea, c. 1745

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Plate, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Plate, Chelsea, c. 1755. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Plate, Chelsea, c. 1755

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Tureen in the form of a Fighting Cock, Chelsea, c. 1755

Tureen in the form of a Fighting Cock, Chelsea, c. 1755

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Covered Bowl, Chelsea, 1750 / 60. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Covered Bowl, Chelsea, 1750 / 60. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Covered Bowl, Chelsea, 1750/60

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Potpourri Vase, Chelsea, c. 1765. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Potpourri Vase, Chelsea, c. 1765. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Potpourri Vase, Chelsea, c. 1765

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Sauceboat, Chelsea, 1760 / 70. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Sauceboat, Chelsea, 1760 / 70. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Sauceboat, Chelsea, 1760/70

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Tureen in the form of a Rabbit, Chelsea, 1755 / 56. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Tureen in the form of a Rabbit, Chelsea, 1755 / 56. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Tureen in the form of a Rabbit, Chelsea, 1755/56

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Jar, Chelsea, 1750 / 52. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory

Jar, Chelsea, 1750 / 52. Creator: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Jar, Chelsea, 1750/52

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Roubilliac, (1702-1762), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Roubilliac, (1702-1762), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Roubilliac, (1702-1762), 1830. Louis-Francois Roubiliac (1702-1762) French rococo sculptor in London, commissed by Henry Cheere for a series of busts at Trinity College

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Porcelain figure. Chelsea, about 1760, c1759-1769. Artist: Chelsea factory

Porcelain figure. Chelsea, about 1760, c1759-1769. Artist: Chelsea factory
Porcelain figure. Chelsea, about 1760, c1759-1769. The piece is part of the collection of the British Museum, London. From Georgian Art (1760-1820) - Burlington Magazine Monograph III, by. [B. T

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Madonna Child 1755 Chelsea Porcelain Factory

Madonna Child 1755 Chelsea Porcelain Factory
Madonna and Child, c. 1755. Chelsea Porcelain Factory (British). Porcelain; overall: 21.3 x 18.1 x 18.6 cm (8 3/8 x 7 1/8 x 7 5/16 in.)

Background imageChelsea Porcelain Factory Collection: Sauceboat 1755-1756 Chelsea Porcelain Factory

Sauceboat 1755-1756 Chelsea Porcelain Factory
Sauceboat, c. 1755-1756. Chelsea Porcelain Factory (British). Porcelain; overall: 10.2 x 16.2 x 10.8 cm (4 x 6 3/8 x 4 1/4 in.)


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"Discover the exquisite craftsmanship of the Chelsea Porcelain Factory, known for their stunning creations dating back to the 18th century. This dish, believed to be from around 1760 or a later copy, showcases the intricate details and delicate beauty that define Chelsea porcelain. The teapot from 1747/49 is another remarkable piece by this renowned factory, displaying their mastery in both form and function. A tea bowl and saucer from around 1755 exemplify the elegance and refinement associated with Chelsea porcelain. The charming figurine of a boy with a dog, created circa 1760, captures a tender moment frozen in time. Marvel at the whimsical cauliflower tureen crafted in 1755; its unique design adds an element of surprise to any table setting. The goat and bee cream jug from approximately 1745 is an extraordinary example of Chelsea's ability to infuse nature into their creations. A plate made around 1755 exhibits impeccable artistry combined with practicality—a true testament to Chelsea's expertise. Delight in the tureen shaped like a fighting cock, produced during the same period; it serves as both functional serveware and an artistic centerpiece. The covered bowl dating back to 1750/60 showcases intricate patterns that reflect the skillful hands behind every creation. The potpourri vase made circa 1765 demonstrates how Chelsea continually pushed boundaries by incorporating innovative designs into their repertoire. Admire the sauceboat crafted between 1760-1770; its graceful curves make it an elegant addition to any dining experience. Lastly, marvel at yet another imaginative creation—an intricately designed tureen resembling a rabbit—crafted between 1755-56 by none other than Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory itself. " Step into history as you explore these exceptional pieces that have stood the test of time—the legacy of creativity left behind by one of England's most celebrated porcelain factories: Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory.