Haviland Limoges France 10 in. Oval Serving Dish Yellow Flowers
There are three marks 1) the decorators mark Haviland & Co Limoges in red and is known as Mark c. It was used 1876-1878 and 1889-1931. 2) Above the decorators mark the number '2' in clay. 3) The letter 'X' is in clay. This serving dish is estimated to be made between 1889 and 1931.
Blank and pattern reference: Page, Bob, Dale Frederiksen, Dean Six. Haviland A Pattern Identification Guide. Greensboro: Replacements, Ltd., 2007. Page 480, row four, image number three, the blank is smooth edged, trimmed in gold with petite yellow flower and blue leaves boarder design, Schleiger 771.
Mark reference: "Back marks", Haviland Online, Web
PRODUCT INFORMATION - David Haviland was an American businessman from New York dealing with porcelain. While seeking out new business interests, he arrived in Limoges, France and by 1842; he was able to send his first shipment of Limoges porcelain to the United States. He was also key in adopting a new process by which to decorate porcelain pieces developed in 1873. In 1890, David Haviland's son, Théodore Haviland, built a very large and prominent factory in Limoges and introduced a variety of new processes for firing and decorating porcelain pieces. The Haviland Company has since been overseen by grandson William Haviland, and great-grandson Theodore Haviland II.
PRODUCT DETAILS - This Haviland Limoges oval serving dish yellow flowers has the following approximate measurements: Height: 2". Width: 8". Length: 10". Weight: 1 lbs. 4 oz.
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