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Help Identifying Inherited China Limoges

Posted by mmills615 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 8, 14 at 18:08

Hi, all - I've inherited a garage full of lovely things from my mother and am slowly trying to identify them so my children will know what they are some day. I've been able to track down everything from syrup jars from the 1800's to breakfast for one sets, but I cannot figure out what pattern this Raynaud Limoges is. Does anyone know a resource that might help? I've scrolled through Replacements but there are hundreds of choices. Same thing with a google search even if I add in more specific descriptions. Any advice is appreciated!
BTW The back has the round Raynaud & C Limoges stamp with the swan, and another stamp - the word Limoges over the word France in all caps dark green if that helps.


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RE: Help Identifying Inherited China Limoges

http://www.replacements.com/webquote/RYDRYD75.htm


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RE: Help Identifying Inherited China Limoges

email the picture to replacements for an ID.


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RE: Help Identifying Inherited China Limoges

The link I posted is the pattern in question on Replacements.

Here is a link that might be useful: For those who can't cut and paste


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