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What are the most popular types of Antique Limoges ?-Limoges Boxes Porcelain Figurines

What are the most popular types of Antique Limoges ?


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The three most popular types of Antique Limoges porcelain are antique Limoge, Haviland Limoge, and Boehm Limoge. There are many different types of Limoges porcelain, but some of the most popular include antique Limoges, Haviland Limoges, and Boehm Limoges. Antique Limoges refers to any piece of Limoges porcelain that was made before 1900. Haviland Limoges is a type of porcelain that was produced by the Haviland & Co factory in Limoges, France from 1842-1891. Boehm Limoges is a type of porcelain that was produced by the Porcelaine de Paris company from 1900-1929.

Antique Limoge is by far the most highly sought after type of Limoge. This is

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largely because it is rarer than the other two types – only pieces made before 1900 are considered antique Lemoge. In addition, antique Lemoge has a certain je ne sais quoi that comes with its age and history. If you’re lucky enough to own a piece of antique Lemoge, you can be sure that it will be passed down for generations to come!

Haviland Antique Limoges comes in at a close second when it comes to popularity. This type was produced by Haviland & Co from 1842-1891 in Limousines, France – making it slightly younger than antique Lemoge. Unlike antique Lemoge which was mass produced, Haviland Lemoge was handmade by skilled artisans. This makes each piece unique and special in its own right.

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Boehm Limoge rounds out the top three most popular types of Lemoge. It was produced between1900-1929 by Porcelaine de Paris and has a more modern look than antique or Haviland Lemoge. Boehm Lemoge is also unique in that it was made using a different manufacturing process than other types of Lemoge – this gives it a slightly different texture and appearance.

Whether you’re looking for an investment piece or simply something beautiful to add to your collection, all three types of Antique Limoges Boxes are sure to please!

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