In the early 1900s, Haviland-Limoges, France, introduced this simple, yet elegant Greek Key dinnerware pattern called Albany. This pattern seems to have been a popular choice for young couples during the 1920s, which is when this set was purchased. It has passed down to one generation and is now for sale.
This lovely dinner plate measures 9 3/4" wide and does not appear to have been used much, if at all. The gold is good and there are few if any use marks. I find no damage.
I have nine dinner plates available, but this listing is priced per plate. I listed them separately for those who wish to add a few plates or replace damaged pieces to their existing set. And, as our families grow, we find that we need to add more placesettings.
I have other Albany pieces listed on Ruby Lane and will be happy to combine to save on shipping/insurance fees.
Remember, I do not tag on handling fees.
Item ID: RL 3248
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