Circa 1895 THEO HAVILAND LIMOGES Round CASSEROLE
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On August 3, 1893 Theodore Haviland opened his own factory for Limoges porcelain production and decoration, using his name as the mark.
This beautiful vegetable round covered casserole has the 1895 Porcelaine Theo Haviland, Limoges France mark.
It is in very good condition.
It is NOT numbered inside the lid 1239, but is identical to the oval casserole we have which is marked 1239 inside the lid and on the bottom. It has a scalloped lid with raised swirls and gold trim, and a unique spread leaf top handle. With the same design on the bottom two handles.
I have had no success finding another casserole with the same pattern blank.
It measures 10 1/2 handle to handle. 4 1/2" high with lid and top handle.
NO CHIPS, CRACKS or FLAWS of ANY KIND! Only minor gold loss.
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- Reference #
- Haviland Limoges
- Circa 1895
- Width: 10.5 inches
- Height: 4.5 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound
- Very Good for age
- Covered Casserole