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Vintage Haviland Limoges Set of Six Floral Plates made in France circa 1888-1896. I found these at an estate sale, the back story is the original owner purchased these in France, before WWII and had them shipped back home to the United States.

The back stamp dates from 1888-1896, during this point in time Haviland Limoges was run by Charles Field Haviland who was the son of David Haviland, an American who moved his family and business to France in 1842. The father David, was also a noted china designer and manufacturer. Charles floral patterns, however became, perhaps the more memorable of the Family business and inspired great artists such as Monet.

This set consists of six plates, the floral design is unusual in the color combinations, pale "shabby chic" pink, soft mauve's, light browns, with grey and pale blue leaves. Each plate measures 8 1/4", the plates are in pristine condition, considering these are 115 years old!

As a child growing up in a nourishing environment of antique lovers, driving up and down Rt 9 in New Jersey, during summer vacations, on the quest for the next vintage discovery, I recall one of my Aunts favorite sayings...."You can never be too rich, too thin or have Too much Haviland".

And on that note I would like to share my successful acquisition with a Haviland Limoges Lover out there in the Universe.

Where is Dr.Who when you need him? Wouldn't it Fun to talk to Monet........


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Vintage Haviland Limoges Set Of Six Floral Plates Made In France Circa 1888-1896


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: kaolin clay, paint, glazes
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