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    Bernardaud Palmyre
    Bernardaud Palmyre $31 - $752

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    Palmyre and Cristal provide an ideal backdrop for a personal creativity. Able to set a refined table while emphasizing its understated appearance or a personalized setting when paired with another pattern from the Bernardaud collections.

    $31 - $752

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    Bernardaud Grenadiers
    Bernardaud Grenadiers $42 - $860

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    Adorn your holiday table with this delicately detailed porcelain collection featuring stylized Christmas trees, nutcrackers, and holly garland in dainty gold and green accents. Made of white Limoges porcelain in France.

    $42 - $860

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    Bernardaud Grace
    Bernardaud Grace $103 - $3,188

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    Grâce articulates with sumptuous splendor two of porcelain's legendary decorative style : gold relief and cobalt blue. Garlands, flowers and roses windows form a sophisticated, interlaced pattern reminiscent of classic 19th-century designs. The sublime gradation of cobalt blue reveals the depth and mysterious allure of the only color capable of withstanding the same firing temperature of the material.

    $103 - $3,188

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    Bernardaud Grand Versailles
    Bernardaud Grand Versailles $75 - $1,093

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    The Grand Versailles service exemplifies French classicism from the 17th and 18th centuries, which Voltaire called « Le Grand Goût » The service creates a luxurious setting with an appearance that is both sumptuous and royal. A highly decorated pattern, the collection is characterized by the richness of its details and its spectacular trompe-l’oeil effects. More than 20 colors taken from silk tapestries, embroideries, trimmings and brocades found at the Versailles chateau will transport you and your guests to a festive table fit for a king.

    $75 - $1,093

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    Bernardaud Cristal
    Bernardaud Cristal $26 - $165

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    Palmyre and Cristal provide an ideal backdrop for a personal creativity. Able to set a refined table while emphasizing its understated appearance or a personalized setting when paired with another pattern from the Bernardaud collections.

    $26 - $165

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    Bernardaud Etoiles
    Bernardaud Etoiles $62 - $288

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    Etoiles finds its inspiration in an aesthetic held dear by its creator Hervé Van der Straeten : the 1930s and 40s. A gold trellis drawn with masterful strokes of a paintbrush dipped in fine gold that underscore the subtle colors of the pattern.

    $62 - $288

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    Bernardaud Venise
    Bernardaud Venise $62 - $1,921

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    Inspired by the magnificent brocade textiles found in Venice, Bernardaud created Venise Dinnerware. A bold service, Venise features a wide gold patterning that never fails to delight.

    $62 - $1,921

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    Bernardaud Soleil Levant
    Bernardaud Soleil Levant $41 - $546

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    In a continuing effort to explore the potentialities of its signature material, Bernardaud capitalizes on its traditional expertise as it ventures into new territories and offers a collection that is relevant to all aspects of contemporary lifestyle.

    $41 - $546

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    Bernardaud Elysee
    Bernardaud Elysee $82 - $1,967

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    In a continuing effort to explore the potentialities of its signature material, Bernardaud capitalizes on its traditional expertise as it ventures into new territories and offers collections that are relevant to all aspects of contemporary lifestyle. To preserve the image of porcelain and its cultural heritage, Bernardaud recurrently calls upon designers, artists and renowned chefs to help create beautiful and functional objects that highlight porcelain’s qualities. In an industry often dominated by marketing strategy, Bernardaud remains true to its unique philosophy: take the pulse of the market, then make and support decisions based on intuition and experience. To be daring means "to thyself be true"!

    $82 - $1,967

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    Bernardaud Botanique
    Bernardaud Botanique $149 - $2,539

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    On May 5, 1829 the German prince Guillaume II of Hesse secretly bought himself a service for 60 persons. The original set was the largest set ever made by the Royal Manufactory and required more than two years of dedicated work. Inspired by the drawings and the work of the painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté, Botanique flowers are rendered with a stunning realism and beauty. The name of each flower is engraved on the back of each plate. For this exceptional service, the Ancienne Manufacture Royale selected the most beautiful pieces of the original set displayed in the museum at the Fasanerie castle, located near Fulda, Germany.

    $149 - $2,539

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    Bernardaud Le Gobelet du Roy
    Bernardaud Le Gobelet du Roy $99 - $2,178

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    Le Gobelet du Roy was ordered by Louis XVI in 1783 from the Manufacture de Sèvres to serve his officers at Versailles, decorated with friezes of myrtle leaves and wild cornflowers entwined with a crimson ribbon. In the center of each plate, a wreath of cornflowers encloses a rose painted to look natural and positioned differently on each plate.

    $99 - $2,178

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    Bernardaud Louis XV
    Bernardaud Louis XV $88 - $2,034

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    Delivered to King Louis XV in 1757, Louis XV was used as everyday table settings for Fontainebleau. The delicacy of its scalloped shape is decorated by a fine gold band and a garland of roses in a unique color known as “cameoed carmine” and punctuated by gilded, Louis XV-style scrolls. The four deep fuchsia and gold monograms arranged in a star pattern at the center of the pieces emphasize the regal nature of this service.

    $88 - $2,034

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    Bernardaud Rivage
    Bernardaud Rivage $108

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    Algae, starfish and pebbles in several colors adorn the pieces of this service, which will give your table a bright, summery look all year round. Perfect for a house by the sea.

    $108

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    Bernardaud Splendid
    Bernardaud Splendid $950 - $6,045

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    Bernardaud has been tied to a legacy that fuses tradition and innovation, artisan craftwork and industrial processes that define the richness, vitality and unique character of the brand. Bernardaud is indistinguishable from limoges, the city where in 1768, kaolin, the indispensable white clay used to make porcelain that is resistant, translucent and luminous, was discovered.

    $950 - $6,045

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    Bernardaud Privilege
    Bernardaud Privilege $315 - $7,330

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    An incrustation service comprised of two distinct and finely carved, swirling decorative motifs: small gold chains or intertwined rushes.

    $315 - $7,330

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    Bernardaud Or D'Azur
    Bernardaud Or D'Azur $500 - $790

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    Today Bernardaud has become the major reference for french porcelain. Since 1863 the success of the company has been tied to a legacy that fuses tradition and innovation, artisan craftwork and industrial processes that define the richness, vitality and unique character of the brand. Bernardaud is indistinguishable from limoges, the city where in 1768, kaolin, the indispensable white clay used to make porcelain that is resistant, translucent and luminous, was discovered. Bernardaud is still proudly operated as a family business and in 2013 celebrated the 150th anniversary.

    $500 - $790

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    Bernardaud Follies
    Bernardaud Follies $565 - $4,845

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    Since 1863 the success of Bernardaud has been tied to a legacy that fuses tradition and innovation, artisan craftwork and industrial processes that define the richness, vitality and unique character of the brand. Bernardaud is indistinguishable from limoges, the city where in 1768, kaolin, the indispensable white clay used to make porcelain that is resistant, translucent and luminous, was discovered. Bernardaud is still proudly operated as a family business and in 2013 celebrated the 150th anniversary.

    $565 - $4,845

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    Bernardaud Palace
    Bernardaud Palace $36 - $3,094

    The Palace collection combines sophisticated design with its interlacing rosettes and frieze scrolls, all in a delicate gradation of gray pearl up to bright platinum.

    $36 - $3,094
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    Bernardaud Athena, Navy
    Bernardaud Athena, Navy $42 - $1,236

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    The geometric patterns that dress Athena give it a very beautiful and graphic dimension. The net emphasizes its discreet neoclassical frieze brings to this collection a sleek modernity.

    $42 - $1,236

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    Bernardaud Eventail
    Bernardaud Eventail $191 - $3,456

    The fan delicately portrays and abundantly rich, ancient fan pattern that creates the illusion of relief on embroidered silk or unfurled wallpaper. The effect of this astonishing trompe-l'oeil is heightened by the use of gold tone on a background alternating violet and purple hues.

    $191 - $3,456
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    Bernardaud In Bloom
    Bernardaud In Bloom $37 - $112

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    During Zemer Peled's residency at the Manufacture Bernardaud, she spent time observing and understanding the complexity of creating a porcelain piece. The result is In Bloom, using quick, precise gestures and perfect control of brush pressure to achieve stunning decor where you feel every gesture and texture.

    $37 - $112

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    Bernardaud Fleur Bleu
    Bernardaud Fleur Bleu $325 - $2,647

    Glossy against a matte ground, these stylized, ultramarine flowers of Art Deco inspiration will give your table character. This decoration was produced using incrustation, an acid engraving technique developed in the 19th century. Long and complex to carry out, it requires many craft skills that Bernardaud aims to perpetuate.

    $325 - $2,647
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    Bernardaud Boulle
    Bernardaud Boulle $165 - $2,616

    Boulle pays tribute to André-Charles Boulle, a 17th-century master of marquetry who used precious woods in conjunction with copper, tin, shell and other precious materials. On a silver grey background is a motif emblematic of the period, composed of arabesques, which evokes the beauty of amaranth, the depth of elm and the subtlety of fruit wood.

    $165 - $2,616
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    Bernardaud Eventail Bleu
    Bernardaud Eventail Bleu $134 - $2,544

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    The fan delicately portrays and abundantly rich, ancient fan pattern that creates the illusion of relief on embroidered silk or unfurled wallpaper. The effect of this astonishing trompe-l'oeil is heightened by the use of platinum tone on a background alternating light and dark blue hues.

    $134 - $2,544

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    Bernardaud Heloise
    Bernardaud Heloise $165 - $2,616

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    The Héloïse model exemplifies a type of French dinner service bearing accurate botanical representations that was produced in the 19th century by major porcelain houses. For this model, Bernardaud chose to set delicate, natural-looking daisies in subtle hues on a field of satiny gold, for a floral look that is at once vibrant and timeless.

    $165 - $2,616

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    Bernardaud Eden Platine
    Bernardaud Eden Platine $118 - $2,482

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    This flamboyant design from the 19th century is presented in platinum and conveys total refinement and elegance to the table.

    $118 - $2,482

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    Bernardaud Siecle
    Bernardaud Siecle $144 - $2,261

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    The Siecle collection captures the spirit of 18th-century patterns. Inspired by archives from the time - celestial blue, cartouches and floral garlands or ravishing bouquets are properly arranged to create a pastiche true to period style. The fresh colors of the floral compositions and the luminous blue will give your table a simultaneous impression of grandeur and inviting conviviality.

    $144 - $2,261

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    Bernardaud Aux Rois
    Bernardaud Aux Rois $165 - $2,616

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    Inspired by the motifs of a wood-paneled ceiling at Fontainebleau, a chateau belonging to the French crown, Bernardaud created the Aux Rois dinner service in the style of king Louis-Philippe. The entire history of French art and architecture may be found in this magnificent dinner service.

    $165 - $2,616

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    Bernardaud Aux Rois Flanelle
    Bernardaud Aux Rois Flanelle $165 - $2,611

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    Inspired by the motifs of a wood-paneled ceiling at Fontainebleau, a chateau belonging to the French crown, Bernardaud created the Aux Rois dinner service in the style of king Louis-Philippe. The entire history of French art and architecture may be found in this magnificent dinner service.

    $165 - $2,611

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    Bernardaud Marie Antoinette
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    Bernardaud Marie Antoinette $77 - $2,570

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    In a continuing effort to explore the potentialities of its signature material, Bernardaud capitalizes on its traditional expertise as it ventures into new territories and offers collections that are relevant to all aspects of contemporary lifestyle. To preserve the image of porcelain and its cultural heritage, Bernardaud recurrently calls upon designers, artists and renowned chefs to help create beautiful and functional objects that highlight porcelain’s qualities. In an industry often dominated by marketing strategy, Bernardaud remains true to its unique philosophy: take the pulse of the market, then make and support decisions based on intuition and experience. To be daring means "to thyself be true"!

    $77 - $2,570

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    Bernardaud La Laiterie de Rambouillet
    Bernardaud La Laiterie de Rambouillet $427 - $1,082

    Designed by Jean-Jacques Lagrenée, artistic director of the Sèvres Manufactory, the porcelain service is composed of daring shapes, decoration and colors for the period… Produced by the Sèvres Manufactory two years before the French Revolution in 1789, the collection illustrates the refinement of French luxury before the fall of the Ancien Regime.

    $427 - $1,082
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    Bernardaud Favorita
    Bernardaud Favorita $57 - $453

    Favorita is a collection inspired by silk panels painted by hand and stretched onto the walls of the Palazzina Cinese located in the Parco della Favorita in Palermo, Sicily. The spirit of the palace is found on the Favorita collection plates whose designs poetically depict diverse varieties of flowers and butterflies.

    $57 - $453
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    Bernardaud Jardin Indien Toscan Vase
    Bernardaud Jardin Indien Toscan Vase $845

    Inspired by 19th Century illustrations of a Mumbai garden that no longer exists, the Bernardaud Jardin Indien Toscan Vase coordinates with modern decor.

    Measures 13½" h.

    $845
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    Quadrille Verte Litron Cup & Saucer
    Quadrille Verte Litron Cup & Saucer $206

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $206
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    Myrtes Et Roses Litron cup & saucer
    Myrtes Et Roses Litron cup & saucer $345

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $345
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    Au Roi Louis XVI Litron Cup & Saucer
    Au Roi Louis XVI Litron Cup & Saucer $252

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $252
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    Au Jardin Chinois Litron Cup & Saucer
    Au Jardin Chinois Litron Cup & Saucer $391

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $391
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    Aux Dauphins Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Dauphins Litron Cup & Saucer $453

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $453
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    Aux Fleurs Des Champs Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Fleurs Des Champs Litron Cup & Saucer $453

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $453
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    Aux Paniers Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Paniers Litron Cup & Saucer $227

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $227
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    Aux Oiseaux Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Oiseaux Litron Cup & Saucer $376

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $376
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    Aux Aigrettes Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Aigrettes Litron Cup & Saucer $407

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $407
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    Nature Morte Aux Peches Litron Cup & Saucer
    Nature Morte Aux Peches Litron Cup & Saucer $427

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $427
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    Catherine II De Russie Litron Cup & Saucer
    Catherine II De Russie Litron Cup & Saucer $391

    Also known as the "square cup", it derives its name from the Latin word "libra", which expressed a unit of liquid measurement. Its precise size is not consistent, however, as four variations with different measurements exist. The shape of the saucer, which always accompanied the cup, is noteworthy for its raised sides and deep well.

    $391
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    Paysages A La Barque Litron Cup & Saucer
    Paysages A La Barque Litron Cup & Saucer $412

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $412
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    Le Timbalier Chinois Litron Cup & Saucer
    Le Timbalier Chinois Litron Cup & Saucer $427

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $427
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    Paysages Aux Oiseaux Litron Cup & Saucer
    Paysages Aux Oiseaux Litron Cup & Saucer $376

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $376
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    Aux Tulipes Litron Cup & Saucer
    Aux Tulipes Litron Cup & Saucer $623

    The litron cup was first seen at the Vincennes factory in 1752, when the consumption of hot chocolate, tea, and coffee began to grow in popularity. The graceful litron cup represents the changing styles from different eras and this unique characteristic renders the historical cups and saucers collection from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale even more collectible.

    $623
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