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Edmé Samson was born in Paris in 1810. His company Edmé Samson et Cie was created in 1845. The manufacture, which continued production until 1969, is known for copying designs of other porcelain makers. Samson Ceramics copied designs by Chelsea, Meissen, Sevres as well as many Chinese export porcelain items.

Not all Samson items are marked. Moreover, marks on many items of this manufacture were removed in order to pass for originals.

Edmé Samson et Cie products stand the test of time. Especially those items that were made in 19th century are now highly collectible.

 

Samson S mark
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Edme Samson 1941 - 1957 S mark used on reproductions of Asian porcelain 

Gold anchor mark
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Samson golden anchor 1885 - 1920s mark used on Chelsea items reproductions

Samson mark
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Samson mark used on chinese export porcelain reproductions

Samson Meissen mark
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Samson 1940s - 1969 mark used on Meissen reproductions

Samson Asian style mark
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Samson mark used on replicas of Asian porcelain

Samson France
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Samson mark used on replicas of Asian items

Samson mark
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Samson Meissen style mark used on replicas of German porcelain

Samson Sevres mark
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Samson mark used on replicas of Sevres items

Samson Iznik mark
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Samson mark used on Iznik pottery replicas

Twigs mark
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Crossed twigs S Samson mark - the end of the 19th to beginning of the 2Oth centuries

Samson Delft mark
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Samson mark used on Delftware replicas

 
 
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