Castle at Naples, where Charles of Bourbon in 1743 to set up a china shop left.
His great interest for porcelain was awakened by his third wife, Maria Amalia Christina of Saxony, who was a daughter of August this. Strong. The figures and boxes of the objects produced in the factory at Capodimonte have a very fine painting and are on the ground in general in underglaze blue marked with the Bourbon lily. If the dish porcelain brand may be absent. Especially shells were often made as thin as to be almost translucent (eggshell porcelain). When Charles of Bourbon in 1759 as Charles III. the Spanish throne, the factory was moved to Buen Retiro in Alicante, where they existed from 1760 to 1812. The high quality of the products has not been reached in Spain, for which the raw materials used there should have been decisive.