The protests provoked by the consequences of deforestation induced the company to use coal instead of wood, but it was not until 1830 that the first coal-fired kilns were built.
Napoleon I became one of his major customers and placed several orders with him.
The factory supplied most of the original tiles used to decorate the walls of the Paris metro during its construction.
The industrial revolution was in full swing, and a new architecture emerged with the appearance of saw-tooth roofs and round chimney stacks tall enough to prevent smoke from drifting over neighbouring houses.
The new factories built in 18 completely relied on steam-powered machinery and in the workshops, modernization centred mainly on the energy needed to operate the machines.
His good intentions, however, were not enough: the difficult supply of raw material, the hostile attitude of the inhabitants, the intense competition between English and French factories and the unrest due to the Revolution forced Jacobi to give up his position.
Paul Utzschneider and the beginning of the expansion This young man from Bavaria took over the factory in 1800 and soon business quickly picked up again.In 1876 after the Franco Prussian War, a new plant was opened at Digoin in France and the production of earthenware, stoneware and porcelain was carried out there well into the twentieth century.The Pyroblan range of china was introduced in 1960, and by 1978 production was confined entirely to china for the catering industry.In addition to the competition from the large amount of English and French manufacturers, the upheaval caused by the Revolution finally forced became one of his best customers and ordered several pieces.Business quickly increased, and the firm soon had to open new workshops and acquire several mills.They enjoyed great success during the Empire period and Napoleon, who was a patron, conferred the Légion d Honneur on Paul Utzshneider, the director of the company.