Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Sevres, a town of France on the left bank of the Seine, midway between Paris and Versailles. The Government Porcelain Factory, established in 1756, and rebuilt in 1876, employs many hands, and turns out some of the finest ceramic work in the world. The museum connected therewith contains specimens illustrating the whole history of the art, and there is also a school of mosaic.