Twelve-piece set, consisting of six soup or broth bowls, and their six plates made of fine porcelain, made in the USA by Theodore Haviland in New York, branch of the parent company founded in Limoges (France) in the 19th century.
This set was made in the neoclassical style, enamelled in a milky white colour with a blue floral decoration and gilding on the edge.
They were made during the first half of the 20th century.
Each plate is has a diameter of approximately 16.3 cm and is 1.6 cm high. A single plate has an additional decoration of two tulips.
Each bowl measures approximately 12.5 cm in diameter at the neck and 4 cm high; the distance between the two ends of the handles is 16.3 cm.
This six people set is in perfect condition and has never been used.
Carefully packed, secure worldwide shipment.
- No. of items
- Bowl, Cups and saucers
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Theodore Haviland - New York - Made in America - Clinton
- Model/ Name
- Estimated Period
- Early 20th century
- Country of Origin
- As new - unused