Haviland Limoges Soup Bowls
There are three bowls available. Each bowl is 7″ wide. In excellent condition for over 100 year old china! Other pieces available. Item #03-03
David Haviland, a china importer who partnered with his brother Daniel, moved to Limoges, France in 1842 so he could begin producing decorated china made expressly for the American market. In the beginning, he purchased white ware from many Limoges factories and had the pieces decorated in Paris. In 1865, however, Haviland procured his own factory and began producing porcelain blanks as well as hiring a local decorating staff to complete the process under one roof.
The Price for the Three Bowls: $65
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