This antique china was produced in 1880s to 1900 by Charles Field Haviland Limoges in France. The platter and eleven dessert plates feature the same pattern of wispy branches, leaves, and blue flowers. Although all feature the same pattern, no two pieces are identical in the placement of the floral sprays. The set is in very good antique condition with no chips or cracks, with some wear as would be expected, of the gold gilding on the platter handles. Back is marked Ch Field Haviland Limoge and CFH/GDM France. GDM stands for Gerard, Dufraessiex, & Morel.
Details: Platter measures 15" x 10". Eleven dessert plates measure 7" in diameter.
Item Special Note
This item is pick-up only at the NRWA River Resource Center at 592 Main Street in Groton, MA. Shipping is not available.
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