Thanks so much for the photos, I can see now exactly what you have.
It's a pretty basket-form vase adorned with briar roses and gold enamel trim, however, it's not old enough yet (it dates to the 1960s or 1970s) for it to have gained much of a premium as an antique item.
Also, it's not genuine Limoges, that is, the ceramic center in France famous for its Art Nouveau porcelain, but a Chinese copy. Genuine Limoges always should say: "Limoges France".
The mark on yours "Limoges China" is a made up name intended to sound like the thing.
Having said that, it still has a decorative value, but only a fraction of that of real French Limoges.
This example of your vase, for instance,
sold on line for $17 which is probably about right. If you were to sell yours at auction or on line (eBay etc) it would fetch in the range of $15 - $20. It therefore has a full retail or replacement value of $40 which is what you should insure it for.
I do hope this helps!