Vintage Porcelain from Haviland Limoges, France ~ 2 Handled Cream Soup Bowl & Plate - C755
Description ~ from the Land of France, and the exquisite, ever-famous House of Theodore Haviland, comes to you this darling cream soup cup & saucer set - done in a breathtaking pattern of pale pink & yellow roses, this set is accented w/cascading foliage and gold gilding - finished w/a beautiful shape, this set is amazing!
Each set includes a 2 handled cream soup bowl/cup and a saucer/underplate.
Highly collectible and displays absolutely wonderfully; high quality Haviland Limoges workmanship; unsurpassed attention to detail and skill in design; perfect for set matching and completion.
Pattern / Dates ~ early century; c1920 - the Haviland family were amazing innovators in the fine bone china industry, changing the very face of the industry world-wide. The company can trace its roots to its American founder, David Haviland, who exported his first porcelain from Limoges, France in 1842. David's son, Theodore, followed in his father's footsteps in 1890. The family continued to be in management until 1972.
Markings ~ underglaze stamp - in red "Theodore Haviland Limoges France Patent Applied For" - please see pictures
Condition ~ Excellent: although there is gold loss on the handles commensurate w/use and age, the pattern is relatively untouched and in excellent shape - the set displays wonderfully! Set is chip/flake free; shelf wear is minimal if any.
Note -> I have several set available. Please be sure to select the quantity that you need from the drop down box to the right. A 10% discount is given, and shipping combined, for multiple purchases of the same pattern. Refund given at time of shipping.