The porcelain made in Sèvres is most often marked with two blue-painted interlaced letters 'Ls'. The manufacture nationale de Sèvres is still one of the principal European porcelain manufactories. Dating 18th century Sèvres porcelain Oct 26, 2014 - Pottery & Porcelain Marks www.elcidgallery.com. See more ideas about pottery, porcelain, pottery marks.
Hand wash the pottery or porcelain in the soapy water, being careful on raised areas. If any part of the porcelain or pottery appears damaged, do not attempt to clean it until it has been repaired by a professional. Step 7: Rinse. Rinse off the piece in the bin with clean water. Step 8: Pat dry. Pat the item dry with paper towels.