Theodore Haviland Limoge pattern
I have a set of china from my grandmother. The porcelain mark is:
Theodore Haviland (in script)
centered underneath is Limoges (in script)
Centered under that is FRANCE. It is all in red in straight lines, inside a double raised ring. It is just like the mark he used c. 1903-1925 except Theodore is underlined on my china. If someone would tell me how to upload a picture I can do so.
The pattern is an inch of pink roses and green leaves in intertwined branches around the edge and in a circle in the center. The edge is scalloped with a double ring of gold that looks like it has been sprayed on as the edges are diffuse instead of crisp.