When in 1748 the Council of State prohibited the manufacture of porcelain in Paris in favor of the newly privileged wares of the factory in nearby Vincennes, François Barbin moved his porcelain establishment outside the city to Mennecy and under the protection of Louis-François de Neufville, duc de Villeroi.

We have 19 objects that Mennecy porcelain factory has been involved with.

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