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Charles Ahrenfeldt (1807-94) was born in Germany. He began importing porcelain into New York City in the 1830s. During the 1840s he moved to Paris and had a decorating studio.

Examples of the Porzellanfabrik AL-KA Kunst products

In 1872, August Alboth founded a small company in Coburg, which dealt with the finishing and decoration of porcelain. Later, his son, Ernst joined the company. When his father retired, Ernst decided to move the company from Coburg to a newly built factory in Kronach.

Examples of Albert Dammouse products

Albert Dammouse was the son of a sculptor and decorator Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres, Pierre-Adolphe Dammouse. He had a lot of talent and he was extremely talented sculptor, ceramicist and decorator.

Manufacture of memorial- and funeral plaques, founded in 1900.; located at 27 Faubourg de Paris in Limoges. In 1950 he was transferred to rue Leclerc.

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Examples of the A. Lanternier & Co. products

Frederic Lanternier led export porcelain from approx. 1857. In the period 1885 to 1887 his partner was Breuil, which has launched an old factory on the Rue la Fonderie, to produce white porcelain.