Super nice teacups and saucers by renowned Theodore Haviland in the Breton pattern, featuring little sprays of classic garden flowers like irises, roses, and forget-me-nots, on a creamy white porcelain ground, trimmed with gold.
3 sets available.
Haviland China is renowned for its stunning white paste porcelain made in Limoges, France, were the favorites of the White House. Theodore Haviland was the son of the founder Charles Haviland, and he left Haviland & Co in 1893 to start his own china company. He was an innovative marketer and a successful businessman, and his Theodore Haviland china company outlasted the parent company, but then the two were once again merged later on. This set is marked 'Theodore Haviland, New York' which dates the pieces between 1936 and 1957 as Theodore moved the factories to America to avoid the war in Europe. The pattern is called 'Breton'.
CONDITION: Each piece listed is in very good condition with no chips, nicks or cracks. Each piece is marked. This set however did receive use and there are some scratches here and there.
SIZE: The teacup is 2 inches high, the saucer is 5 3/4 inches wide.
If you wish to buy all three message me and I will be happy to offer you a bulk discount.
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