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Haviland Limoges "Le Mazagran" Goblet Flower Vase

Haviland Limoges "Le Mazagran" Goblet Flower Vase

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: porcelain
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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Gorgeous Vintage "Le Mazagran" Cocktail Goblet/Coffee/Brandy Cup/Vase from Haviland Limoges France
Circa 1962-1967

Elegant "Le Mazagran" drinking goblet made of the finest Haviland translucent Limoges porcelain. Trimmed with gold at rim and at foot. Simply stunning on your mantel or your table.
Along with this elegant goblet is a small leaflet that tells the story of the goblet:
This goblet is named after one of Napoleon's generals, who, on his return from battle, stopped at a modest farmhouse to rest. He was offered hot coffee laced with cognac, but the farmer, having no cups to serve it in, took flowers from a small vase on the mantel and filled it with the coffee. General Mazagran, believing that he was being honored with this gesture, was delighted with the idea and took it back to Paris. It quickly became very fashionable to sip coffee and brandy in this pleasant manner.
This goblet is a replica of the unusual serving piece so much in vogue during the Empire period. It is equally at home in the drawing room, gracefully holding flowers or dining room filled with hot coffee* and brandy, or various deserts.
*To drink, do not hold the goblet by the middle...the foot is for this purpose..."

Measurements:
Total Height: 5 1/8"
Bowl Height: 3 11/16"
Diameter at Opening: 3 7/16"
Diameter of Footed Base: 2 13/16"
Weight: 4.5 Oz.
No Chips, No Cracks, No Crazing and No Repairs.
Glaze Bright and Shiny Throughout.
Stamped on Underside of Base with Haviland Maker's Mark Issued 1962 and Decorator's Mark in Use Until 1967.
~ A Fabulous Addition to Any Limoges Collection ~
Gorgeous Vintage "Le Mazagran" Cocktail Goblet/Coffee/Brandy Cup/Vase from Haviland Limoges France
Circa 1962-1967

Elegant "Le Mazagran" drinking goblet made of the finest Haviland translucent Limoges porcelain. Trimmed with gold at rim and at foot. Simply stunning on your mantel or your table.
Along with this elegant goblet is a small leaflet that tells the story of the goblet:
This goblet is named after one of Napoleon's generals, who, on his return from battle, stopped at a modest farmhouse to rest. He was offered hot coffee laced with cognac, but the farmer, having no cups to serve it in, took flowers from a small vase on the mantel and filled it with the coffee. General Mazagran, believing that he was being honored with this gesture, was delighted with the idea and took it back to Paris. It quickly became very fashionable to sip coffee and brandy in this pleasant manner.
This goblet is a replica of the unusual serving piece so much in vogue during the Empire period. It is equally at home in the drawing room, gracefully holding flowers or dining room filled with hot coffee* and brandy, or various deserts.
*To drink, do not hold the goblet by the middle...the foot is for this purpose..."

Measurements:
Total Height: 5 1/8"
Bowl Height: 3 11/16"
Diameter at Opening: 3 7/16"
Diameter of Footed Base: 2 13/16"
Weight: 4.5 Oz.
No Chips, No Cracks, No Crazing and No Repairs.
Glaze Bright and Shiny Throughout.
Stamped on Underside of Base with Haviland Maker's Mark Issued 1962 and Decorator's Mark in Use Until 1967.
~ A Fabulous Addition to Any Limoges Collection ~

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