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A part Haviland & Co Limoges floral tea service, comprising four cups, nine side plates, a bowl, small jug, and two rectangular platters with autumnal floral sprigs; marks underside. Length 24.5 cm. Width 20.5 cm. (large platter)

A French Art Deco porcelain fish vase, by sculptor Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881-1971) for the Haviland Limoges Company. 25 cm high.

Two similar Haviland Sevres porcelain plates. Hand painted scenes of putti with flowers & torches, inside gilt & blue surrounds. Both with gilt crest to centre. Stamped verso Chateau de Dreux, & Chateau de St Cloud respectively. Diameter 24 cm (each)

A set of twelve hand-decorated Haviland Limoges 'Plates, Seach each dinner and entree

A twenty seven piece Havilland Limoges porcelain coffee service, mid 20th century, for R Griffon, in Saumur pattern, of striking compressed form with puce and black patterned borders with gilded edges comprising a teapot and covered sugar bowl with strap h

A decanter of Camus 'Le grande Marque' Cognac, the Vielle Reserve cognac in a boxed Haviland Limoges porcelain decanter with detachable pouring spout, decorated with the image and insignia of Napoleon; description and backstamp underside and bottle number

A set of twelve white with gilt details oyster dishes, made for Maple and Co London by Havilland and Co. Limoges, France, circa 1930, 21 cm diameter

Norman Wilkinson 'De Havilland Comet' lithograph signed and dated 1934 from the collection of the Late Sir Hudson Fysh KBE DFC

Four early 20th C Limoges serving dishes by Theodore Haviland

Theodore Haviland, Limoges Sandoz lidded box, c. 1900, with gold highlights, impressed and stamped factory marks, signed 'Sandoz Sc'. Height 17 cm

Extensive Limoges dinner service with floral and gilt decoration. Marked Ch. field Haviland Limoges.

Cake plate early 20th century Limoges porcelain Haviland & Co., France

A Havilland Limoges belle epoque five piece fruit service the tazza and four plates each painted with a central panel of flowers birds and insects with gilded borders (a/f) (5)

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