Dating from the late nineteenth-century, this pretty set of Haviland Limoges porcelain dessert plates are each decorated with different flowers.
"In 1840, David Haviland, who had a china shop in New York City, made his first trip to France to establish an alliance with a manufacturer who could create pieces of porcelain for the American trade. He eventually settled in Limoges, France to oversee production."
Approx. overall 7" diameter
Approx. overall 18cm diameter