Antique Theodore Haviland Limoges France Dinner & Salad Plates - Circa Early 1900's - Set of 4
One family, two centuries, and thousands of dishes. Meet the Havilands of America, France and Germany...
The Haviland family has been making and selling dishes since the 1800's. Like all interesting empire building stories there was drama to be had both in business competition and in sibling rivalries. Last September, we did an in-depth post on the Haviland family history over on the blog. If you missed it, read all about this fascinating family here and see how Theodore made his mark on both this prestigious china brand and the company's illustrious name.
- Made in 1903
- Bears the Theodore Haviland Limoges France Patent Applied for backstamp with the impressed TH mark
- The pattern contains clusters of purplish-pink flowers with blue morning glory swags and green leaves
- Scalloped rim and embossed edging
- This set contains four matching plates in total - two dinner plates and two salad plates
Gorgeous condition! Contains no chips, cracks or crazing.
Dinner plates measure 9.5" inches in diameter. Salad plates measure 7.75" inches in diameter.
Containing a plethora of soft spring and summer pastels, these plates will effortlessly carry you through the seasons in the prettiest of ways. Pair them with this vintage Johann Haviland platter (made by Theodore's nephew) for a dynamic table arrangement. Especially beautiful when paired with colorful linens in pink, purple, green, gold or blue and or vintage mix and match china, you'll never be bored or uninspired when it comes to new and unique ways to set the table.