Haviland Belle Epoque Porcelain Dinner Set

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Haviland Belle Epoque tableware made of porcelain and platinum. The Belle Epoque collection is made in Limoges. Choose your own combination of plates and sizes. Delivery time below.

80,83 €

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This Haviland dinner set is inspired by Parisian architecture. The charger plates and dinner plates recall the beautiful glass roof and the nave of the Grand Palais. The elegance and refinement of the Belle Epoque collection is underlined by the platinum finish.

  • - Charger plate: 32cm
  • - Dinner plate: 28cm
  • - Dessert plate: 24 cm
  • - Side plate: 16cm
  • - Deep plate: 28cm
  • - Coffee cup and saucer: 9cl
  • - Teapot: 60cl
  • - Tea cup: 20cl
  • For any other items in the collection, please contact our customer service team.
 

Do not leave acidic foods or sauces on the plates after meals. Rinse them in hot water soon after meals, as otherwise the beauty and shine of the colours on your items may be affected. Avoid thermal shock caused by hot ovens or placing frozen items on hot plates.

This collection comes within 15 days directly from the factory. Delivery cost and duty free depend of the delivered country.

In 1842, David Haviland was fascinated by "Limousin's white gold" and left the United States for Limoges. With the help of his two sons, Charles-Edward and Théodore, the factory became known for creativity and exceptional craftsmanship. It has also had a big influence on tableware styles. Since that time, the Haviland name has become known throughout the world.

david haviland founder

A limitless creativity for shapes and patterns, specialised equipment and an adventurous business approach has made Haviland the world leader in porcelain for over a century and a half, with a passion for art and luxury.

 

This Haviland dinner set is inspired by Parisian architecture. The charger plates and dinner plates recall the beautiful glass roof and the nave of the Grand Palais. The elegance and refinement of the Belle Epoque collection is underlined by the platinum finish.

  • - Charger plate: 32cm
  • - Dinner plate: 28cm
  • - Dessert plate: 24 cm
  • - Side plate: 16cm
  • - Deep plate: 28cm
  • - Coffee cup and saucer: 9cl
  • - Teapot: 60cl
  • - Tea cup: 20cl
  • For any other items in the collection, please contact our customer service team.
 

Do not leave acidic foods or sauces on the plates after meals. Rinse them in hot water soon after meals, as otherwise the beauty and shine of the colours on your items may be affected. Avoid thermal shock caused by hot ovens or placing frozen items on hot plates.

This collection comes within 15 days directly from the factory. Delivery cost and duty free depend of the delivered country.

In 1842, David Haviland was fascinated by "Limousin's white gold" and left the United States for Limoges. With the help of his two sons, Charles-Edward and Théodore, the factory became known for creativity and exceptional craftsmanship. It has also had a big influence on tableware styles. Since that time, the Haviland name has become known throughout the world.

david haviland founder

A limitless creativity for shapes and patterns, specialised equipment and an adventurous business approach has made Haviland the world leader in porcelain for over a century and a half, with a passion for art and luxury.

 

This Haviland dinner set is inspired by Parisian architecture. The charger plates and dinner plates recall the beautiful glass roof and the nave of the Grand Palais. The elegance and refinement of the Belle Epoque collection is underlined by the platinum finish.

  • - Charger plate: 32cm
  • - Dinner plate: 28cm
  • - Dessert plate: 24 cm
  • - Side plate: 16cm
  • - Deep plate: 28cm
  • - Coffee cup and saucer: 9cl
  • - Teapot: 60cl
  • - Tea cup: 20cl
  • For any other items in the collection, please contact our customer service team.
 

Do not leave acidic foods or sauces on the plates after meals. Rinse them in hot water soon after meals, as otherwise the beauty and shine of the colours on your items may be affected. Avoid thermal shock caused by hot ovens or placing frozen items on hot plates.

This collection comes within 15 days directly from the factory. Delivery cost and duty free depend of the delivered country.

In 1842, David Haviland was fascinated by "Limousin's white gold" and left the United States for Limoges. With the help of his two sons, Charles-Edward and Théodore, the factory became known for creativity and exceptional craftsmanship. It has also had a big influence on tableware styles. Since that time, the Haviland name has become known throughout the world.

david haviland founder

A limitless creativity for shapes and patterns, specialised equipment and an adventurous business approach has made Haviland the world leader in porcelain for over a century and a half, with a passion for art and luxury.