Blakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped EdgesBlakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped Edges

Blakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped Edges: Open Porcelain Sugar and Creamer B & H Limoges Blakeman & Henderson in a highly ornate style with scalloped edges. The Open Sugar looks like a basket with its ornate handle. Both sugar and creamer have gold trim on the top and bottom scalloped edges. The handle on the sugar matches the handle on the creamer and delicate pink flowers with green leaves encircle both pcs. Marked on the bottom B & H Limoges France in Red with a green star, B&H stands for Blakeman & Henderson, a decorating company in New York that commissioned high quality porcelain, including dinnerware, from the Limoges region of France. This mark was used from 1890-1910. Excellent condition with no loss of gold or painted flowers and leaves. Sugar 5” High x 5” Depth x 3 ¾” wide – Creamer 5 ½” Wide x 4” High x 3 1/3” Depth.

Item ID: B & H Limoges Cream Sugar

Blakeman & Henderson B & H Limoges Open Sugar and Creamer Scalloped Edges

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