Havilland vase decorated with flowers in relief, France, late 19th century

This superb Haviland rectangular vase with embossed flowers is perfect on a table. Its style all and sobriety gives it a rare charm. It was made in the late 19th century in France.

Haviland is a French company in the luxury tableware sector, founded in 1842 by the American David Haviland2. Established in Limoges in the Limousin region, the capital of porcelain, it is renowned in the field of porcelain (glassware and goldsmithing are fields that can be brought to porcelain via the FSG subsidiaries Daum and Felix).

Haviland porcelain is made in its entirety in Limoges, from the manufacture to the decoration of its services. Each decoration is always made by hand with the precision of a goldsmith. More than 5,000 decorations have been produced by the Manufacture since its creation.

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