Vase with Cover Sèvres Manufactory French (Sèvres) porcelain combining elements of rococo and neoclassical styles The vast and diverse production of the Sèvres factory in the nineteenth century resists easy characterization, and its history.
Hmmm in concrete? Alice Riehl - Needlework pieces are dipped into liquid porcelain. The textiles remain inside the porcelain until fired. The textiles burn out, but they leave their shape in the porcelain.