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If you've heard of the Dutch ceramics factory named Rozenburg, it's probably because you're familiar with the firm's delicate eggshell porcelain. But Rozenburg, which was in business at The Hague from 1885 to 1913, also produced dark, glazed earthenware painted with dramatic Art Nouveau designs.

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