The Legacy of Sèvres Porcelain

Legacy, Sèvres PorcelainCollectors can find authentic lithograph prints, painted by the Sèvres museum’s former curator, as well as items of antique porcelain through private sellers. Alternatively, they may peruse the manufactory’s suburban museum and Paris showroom. Famed collections around the globe, including The Queen’s Gallery, housed in London’s Buckingham Palace, also exhibit these remarkable works. In addition, modern interpretations of iconic Sèvres pieces demonstrate the timeless beauty, exceptional artistry, and enduring appeal of designs conceived long ago—a testimony to a company’s legacy of excellence.

Text Leslie Bennett
Photography Stephanie Welbourne Steele
Styling Melissa Sturdivant Smith

To learn more about Sèvres porcelain, antique prints, and modern reproduction patterns, see “Cité de la Céramique” in the July/August 2019 issue, available at



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