Luxurious, translucent, French Haviland Limoges graces the table.
A mixture of French clay containing kaolin from the Limoges region of France creates the light but strong porcelain pitcher.
This antique piece holds 8 fluid ounces or 1 cup which makes it perfect for milk, cream or syrup. The green mark indicates that it was made between 1946 and 1962.
Perhaps you'd enjoy it with a few flowers on the sill or at the table.
The price includes free shipping within the US and free shipping insurance.
Measurements: It is 5.5" high, 4" from the spout to the outer handle and 2.3" from side to side.
This French pitcher is in excellent condition. There are no chips, stains, cracks or crazing. We do not sell damaged items. You may buy with confidence.
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I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
We specialize in custom orders for resellers all over the world. Contact us to discuss the details.
We no longer sell to China or the Middle East. Although the people are lovely, we have had too many delivery problems.
We ship within the continental US for free. For other areas, the order is sent via First Class International Mail with the US Post Office or with Global Shipping, a company that works with Etsy.
Of course, we are happy to work with large orders. Contact us through messages and explain your needs.
Do not wash any of the china in the dishwasher. It may cause crazing if boiling water is poured directly into the cup. These are not made for microwave use either.
We do not know the exact materials used in the china. We are selling them as decorative items.
We offer free gift wrapping on most items. It is mentioned in the listing.