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Pottery production was initially concentrated on so called faience commune - simple pottery for a local market.
The company name was then changed to Petrus Regout & Co. Since 1960 thanks to a royal decision, a name was changed into Royal Sphinx.
The production was moved to Sweden by owner Sanitec, since the Maastricht plant was too small to be profitable. Only the marketing department and a warehouse remained in Maastricht.
Maastricht, Holland, was the city where Petrus Regout established the De Sphinx pottery in 1836.
In 1997 a tile division was separated to be an independent company. The Sphinx itself was bought in 1999 by the Finnish Sanitec. They are guided probably by both - their personal preferences and trying to generate some material values, nay, even multiplying value by creating a set of individual pieces.
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De Sphinx operated under the name Petrus Regout & Co. The firm was noted for its transfer-printed earthenware.
Many factories in Maastricht are still making ceramics. ff3=4&toolid=10044&campid=5336649018&customid=maastricht&lgeo=1&mpre=
The independent tile division Sphinx Tiles went bankrupt in 2008.