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Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

Posted by oceangirlme (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 30, 10 at 21:39

This set of china was owned by our great uncle who was a world traveler back in the '50's and '60's. My sister is trying to decide whether to sell this china set or buy the missing pieces and keep it. She has looked at numerous websites and has been unable to identify the pattern.

Can anybody identify this pattern? Do you have any idea how old this set it? Any information would be great appreciated. Thanks!

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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

Raynoud is one of the old fine French porcelain makers.
I dont' know the pattern, but I'll bet you could email these people a picture and they will know.
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: Raynoud


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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

Your pattern is called COUNTRY FLOWERS The mark dates your piece 1952 and after, Dinner plate value around $45.00 each


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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

So lovely!


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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

Thanks everybody.

Wendy - where did you find the name of this pattern? We haven't been able to find any information on "country flowers". Thanks!


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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

ocean As far as dating your piece that was found in literature I own ( I have a very large antique reference library that was handed down to me) But I'm sure you could find it online by researching the makers mark. I found your pattern at www.replacements.com select china, then R for Raynaud , then scroll down & select Raynaud, then select country flowers.


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RE: Can you identify this Limoges china pattern?

That is really pretty.


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