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I have a set of Haviland Limoges china from by grandmother

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I have a set of Haviland Limoges china from by grandmother who was born in 1889. Does this have value and what would be the best way to sell it.
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Doris - dfm925 replied 6 months ago.

Hello and welcome! My name is Doris.
I have been an antiques collector, dealer and appraiser for over 56 years.
I will be pleased to help you.

Please know that I cannot accept any requests for "live conversations" such as phone calls.
I give my best answers in writing when I have time to think about them.
Sometimes a "Chat box" will pop-up asking if you would like a live conversation. Please know it is not from me.

I need to know more about your set.

Please send photos.

One of the pattern

One clear close-up of the marks on the bottom

You may need to use the macro function (flower icon) of your camera to get a good clear photo of the marks.

If you cannot get a good photo, then sketch the marks and take a photo of the sketch.

To send photos you may use the "attach file" or "add file" in the blue box link on your reply page or the "paper clip" found in the toolbar you see on your reply page.
Please do not send in ZIP format. The jpg or jpeg format works best.


How many people does your set serve?

How many pieces does each person have?

What serving pieces are there? These can add 30-50% of value to a set.

I look forward to your replies.

Kind regards,


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