History of Mombaers Faience
Of the four faience factories located in Brussels in the 18th century, the one led by the Mombaers family was the most remarkable. Corneille Mombaers founded the family’s first factory in 1705 in the Rue de Laeken. Philippe Mombaers, son of Corneille, took over the running of the factory in 1724. In 1754 the management was taken over by his son-in-law. The peak of production was in this period of the mid-18th century when the fashion for vegetable and animal form faience terrines became popular with the aristocracy throughout Europe.
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