Distinctive and extraordinary porcelains from the potteries of Limoges, France, are examined and illustrated in over 1,000 beautiful color photographs. These porcelain wares range from nineteenth century cake plates and teacups to striking vases and contemporary boxes. Included among the featured wares are items hand painted by famous decorating firms and others that were offered entirely without adornment.Also included are the manufacturers' marks and histories of many Limoges potteries, including Haviland & Co., Th?dore Haviland, Pouyat, Gu?in, Raynaud and Bernardaud, as well as an extensive bibliography and index. Current values are conveniently located in the captions. This book is a must for anyone with a love of porcelain and an appreciation for true artistry.
Keith and Thomas Waterbrook-Clyde have collected and written about Limoges porcelain for many years. This is their second book about Limoges for Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

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