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Sevres porcelain took over from meissen as the main source of inspiration, with neoclassical decoration and rich ground colours of claret and turquoise.In the 1770s, the Japan patterns inspired by imari porcelain were introduced and became strongly identified with Derby for the next two centuries.As the companys figurines and dinnerware became popular throughout Europe, the Chelsea Works began attracting some of the most skilled artists of the day.Figure painting was done by Richard Askew and James Banford.
The story begins with an entrepreneur named Andrew Planche, who migrated from France to England to escape the religious suppression of the Huguenots during the early 1700s.William Duesbury, initially an outside decorator for the factory, took over as director in 1756, producing pieces in quite open imitation of meissen porcelain.Characteristic Derby ware of the period includes ink sets, potpourri vases and salts decorated with landscape scenes set with tiny figures.The Royal Crown Derby porcelain company is a privately owned limited company.It employs about 300 people and manufactures the highest quality english fine bone china in its factory on its four and a half acre site on osmaston road, in derby, england.
The company was then passed to Michael Kean, and the reputation of the Derby company began to decline and many important artists left the Derby factory in search of other opportunities. He was recognized as an art lover with an appreciation for works that were richly coloured and elegantly styled and under his leadership the company began designing brightly coloured Japanese imari patterns.