Early Theodore Haviland “Yale” Limoges Oval Serving Bowl – France


Price includes shipping and insurance within the US. 

What:  Deep oval serving/vegetable bowl in the Yale pattern by Theodore Haviland.  Made and decorated by them, it has both marks.  The pattern is delicate and attractive featuring a pale cream colored with a pale yellow/deeper cream color band containing fragile branches with burgundy/pink berries – perhaps juniper? and a repeating square design in gold and burgundy around the edges.  Heavy gold trim throughout.  Please see my listings, I have many other pieces from this set available.

When:  1896 – 1931 mark, likely from the 1920s, these were made in the golden age of Limoges china.   

Where:  Limoges, France

Condition*: Excellent, no chips, scratches, or cracks. There is one small pinprick stain inside the bowl, it appears to be under the glaze.  Very little wear on the gold trim. 

Size:  10″ w x 2.5″ h 

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