Robert Haviland & C. Parlon Dinnerware (scroll
down for full collection of patterns)
the complete collection of Robert Haviland and C Parlon Dinnerware, we offer the widest choice
of Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
dinnerware, check out the ranges -
also offer a series of
from Leonard, Nall, Edouard Rambaud, Zoe Pauwels, and Sidoti
Monet by Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
Monet - For more than 25 years Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, have been working
closely with the Museum Claude Monet in Giverny and have
recreated the original table settings designed by Monet for his own
porcelain dinnerware collection has been both successful
artistically and commercially throughout the world.
For more details - view Monet here
Our full Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
following patterns are available but not shown on the site.
Contact us if you need more information or a quote at
Blanc, Danielle Or, Danielle Platine,
The following patterns have limited availability for a limited
period. Contact us if you need more information or a quote -
Ambassador, Andrea, Arizona, Chateau
Bleus, Chateau Or, Concerto,
Flammes d'Or, Frederic, Jardin de Paradis, Marjolaine,
Mazarine/My Library, Med Gold, Palais Oriental, Palais Royal, Les Palmes, Persepolis, Planet,
Roses de Tuscia, Sheherazade, Symphonia, Trocadero
HAVILAND & C. Parlon - Limoges Dinnerware
in 1858, Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
is one of the most prestigious and
earliest porcelain houses in Limoges. Most of the Robert Haviland &
porcelain is still decorated by hand.
The Robert Haviland and C.Parlon gilded or incrusted porcelain dinnerware collections are masterpieces of perfection with
each pattern applied by hand and made especially for you.
Each piece is engraved and then gilded by Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
craftsmen with two layers of gold or platinum. When the pieces have been
fired, they are hand polished with an agate stone which give depth
While remaining faithful to the great tradition of Limoges porcelain, Robert
Haviland & C.Parlon
is also developing new forms and techniques that draw on
their proven superb expertise.
The inspiration for this superb Limoges porcelain
dinnerware is derived from watercolors, the Robert Haviland & C.Parlon
studio, old copies or drawings discovered in prestigious museums, and
the portfolios of antique dealers and collectors.
Want to know more about the porcelain dinnerware of
Limoges, the history and process
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