Posted ByJohn OLson on August 24, 2002 at 18:01:23:
In Reply to: Re: Haviland & Co. Limoges France posted byJeanne Hines on January 26, 2002 at 21:59:48:
I have a 12 place setting of Haviland & Co. / Limoges France The patteren is white with gold trim around the edges. . I was told it was called the 25 anniversay pattern but don't know any more. I would be interested in any information I can get including estimated worth as to a possible sale. : : I have an entire set of Haviland & Co./ Limoges France (this is the backmark), pattern #31810...I would like to know how to find out the name of the pattern, the year or approximate years it was produced, and the Schleiger number if needed...have no intentions of selling, just really curious about the name and age of the pieces.....any help will be appreciated
: Many Haviland patterns did not have names, in fact, there are probably fewer with names than not. Your pattern is known as Schleiger number 107. "Schleiger" refers to Arlene Schleiger, the author of several Haviland identification books. The Schleiger numbers are used today to help us identify china.