Factory: Chamberlain

The Chamberlain factory quickly established an enviable reputation for the production of finely painted porcelain. Customers would choose the decoration for individual ‘cabinet’ pieces. Admiral Lord Nelson and his mistress Lady Hamilton visited Chamberlain’s factory in August 1802 and ordered an extravagant breakfast, dinner and dessert service in ‘Fine Old Japan’ pattern. Views of country houses and figure subjects taken from prints of well-known paintings were very made fashionable by Chamberlain.
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