Beautiful vintage Limoges France porcelain teacup and Saucer circa 1940-1950. They are green, delicately decorated with hand-painted flowers and decorated with gold trimmings.
The teacup is 5,5cm high, 7,5 cm long and 5,5 cm large.
The saucer as 11 cm of diameter.
Limoges porcelain is hard-paste porcelain produced by factories in and around the city of Limoges, France beginning in the late 18th century, but does not refer to a particular manufacturer. By about 1830 Limoges, which was close to the areas where suitable clay was found, had replaced Paris as the main centre for private porcelain factories, although the state-owned Sèvre porcelain near Paris remained dominant at the very top of the market. Limoges has maintained this position to the present day.