This is a Haviland French Limoges large bowl, porcelain or fine china. The date is circa 1967.
The blank is called Torse, which has wavy ridges and an irregular rim. The pattern is one of a tree centered in the middle of the bowl, in shades of blue, with blossoms and gold accents. Various flowers and leaves are scattered near the rim of the bowl, in the same shades of blue with gold accents. The pattern is similar to Bonneval.
The bowl is 10 ¾” wide and 2 1/8” high.
There are no nicks, chips, cracks or crazing.
The green mark is Haviland France Limoges.
The overglaze mark is a tower followed by Haviland Limoges.
The bowl is signed “Frederick Haviland 5-6-67.”
Additionally, there is HA-544 and an illegible word that may be Herwynn. This last bit may have been added by a china replacement company for their internal record keeping, but I don’t know for certain as I obtained the bowl from an estate.
Haviland French Limoges Bowl 10.75” Blue Tree Gold Accents c 1967
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