This 43 piece set of exquisitely detailed Haviland Limoges hand painted China is antique late 19 to turn of 10th century, descended from a prominent family of 5 generations in America and well known. The set is exquisitely detailed with berry leaves with high gold accent in the border of the pristine white fields. There are 8 10" Formal dinner plates in fine porcelain, 8 nine inch Luncheon plates, 8 bread and butter /side plates measuring 6.5", 8 cups and 8 saucers. Saucers measure 5.5". There is a matching covered casserole and an open serving bowl. The serving bowl is 9l75" by 7.5" and the covered casserole is 11" by 8" overall (9.5" without handle. It dates late 19th Century to turn of the 20th century.
From a very prominent family, this set is at the height of quality of Theodore Haviland Limoges China. We have another complimentary open antique Bavarian serving bowl that so closely matches that we will leave it with the set for you as a bonus.
The set is in very fine condition with no damage with the exception that their is a small dimple as pictured in one saucer and one cup has a small chip. No other damage.
This exquisite Haviland Limoges antique porcelain china dinnerware is offered at a very very reasonable price as we understand shipping costs. But the quality is at the height of the Haviland Limoges patterns; the use of gold and fine hand painted detail is truly exquisite. We could break this set up for more money, but that would be a shame, so it is offered at a very reasonable price. Perfect for fine dining and the holidays.