This delicate shallow coupe soup bowl is made of white paste porcelain and decorated with sprays of pink roses and daisy like flowers. It was made by L. Bernardaud & Co. of Limoges, France some time in the first part of the 20th Century (1900 or later).
Léonard Bernardaud bought the porcelain factory, where he served his apprenticeship, in 1900, and steered the company to success. I believe it still operates today. The company both produced porcelain blanks and decorated them. This pattern is fairly typical of Limoges patterns made between 1900-1930 - and really matches some of the Haviland Limoges I have for sale (in fact I found it in a stack of similar bowls made by Theodore Haviland - obviously someone thought it matched close enough to add it to the set). You can find this pattern in replacements.com as pattern BER114.
CONDITION: Excellent - no chips, nicks, or cracks, and just some light scuffing from use.
SIZE: 7 1/2 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches deep.
I have other fine Limoges porcelain in my Vintage Limoges China section: https://www.bagbagsydvintage.com/shop/19491594/vintage-limoges-china
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