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Promoted item:ANTIQUE HAVILAND LIMOGES FRANCE SOUP BOWL PINK BLUE FLOWERS DOUBLE GOLD

ANTIQUE HAVILAND LIMOGES FRANCE SOUP BOWL PINK BLUE FLOWERS DOUBLE GOLD

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About Limoges

Limoges, France produces a diverse array of porcelain patterns. The region's fine white clay (kaolin) has inspired literally dozens of craftsmen to take up residence in the city and practice the porcelain trade. In 1784, in the Sevres region of Limoges, the French government established a porcelain manufacturing plant. At that time, the country was riven by the French Revolution.Following the ascent of Napoleon, Limoges began outputting gorgeous white porcelain that became the envy of the world. An outspoken French economist named Turgot shepherded the industry and helped Limoges emerge as a vast center of commerce and production. As word about Limoges' kaolin deposits spread, artisans from as far away as the United States set up shop in the region.There was no one dominant Limoges pattern from the 19th century. However, collectors should be aware of a few of the major Limoges pattern makers. Guerin, Haviland, Pouyat, and a handful of other shops created the most sought-after European porcelain in the world. Limoges pottery, by and large, featured milk white, delicate vessels. Manufacturers added glazes and designs, but the real showcase was the porcelain itself.Although Limoges pottery gets heated to 1,400° F to seal in mineral pores, ceramics can 'hold water' and deteriorate if mistreated. Limoges pieces with one-kiln underglazing may be more resistant to water infiltration than their double-glazed counterparts. However, you should never soak porcelain in water or rub it with an abrasive cleanser.