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Berry Haute France Porcelain Dinnerware


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Berry Haute France Porcelain Dinnerware

62 pieces Berry Haute France Porcelain Dinnerware, Limoges created by Louis Lourioux.

Louis Lourioux was a potter born in France in 1894. He was a contemporary of such great artists as Lalique and Gallé. In 1924 he took over running of a Buchon and Legros Porcelain Factory, which was established in 1840 in Foecy. He died in 1930 at the age of 35 in a car accident. The factory was then run by his wife until 1949.

The old Lourioux factory was bought in 1968. It is currently a museum.

This set of vintage French porcelain features the following items:

12 dinner plates 10″ diameter          12 cups

12 salad plates 7 1/3″ diameter        12 saucers

12 soup bowls 71/2″ diameter          2 custard cups

Learn about French potter and artist Louis Lourioux

See more porcelain dinnerware at The Ark



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