I've been collected Haviland Limoges porcelain for many years and have quite a collection of blank white pieces as well as white decorated with gilt. I have many of the pieces shown on this board. Limoges porcelain, much of it hand-painted, is one of my passions!
Unique Limoges Porcelain Chocolate Pot ~ Factory Decorated ~ Split Ornate Gold Handle ~ Theodore Haviland 1903 (underlined).
Gold "Colette" china pattern with scalloped edges from Chas Field Haviland.
This petite little teacup is my very favorite one I’ve ever found! It’s got a lovely pearlized finish and little blue bubbles. I call it my “mermaid teacup.” It was made by Limoges and an internet source dates the mark from between 1892-1907. I’m not really sure I believe it’s that old, but regardless, I really love it! quoted from Lauren's blog.
Jean Pouyat Limoges Irises Dragon Handled Tankard