Robert Haviland & C. Parlon Monet Porcelain Oval Platter


Monet Porcelain Oval Platter36cm ( l) x 26cm (w) / " (l) x 10.2" (w)


Monet Porcelain Large Oval Platter42cm (l) x 30.5cm (w) / 16.4" (l) x 11.9" (w)


Monet Porcelain Charger Plate30cm (d) / 12" (d)


Monet Porcelain Dinner Plate26cm (d) / 10" (d)


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Monet Porcelain Dessert Plate21,5cm (d) / " (d)


Monet Porcelain Bread Plate16cm (d) / 6" (d)


Monet Porcelain Cereal Bowl16.5cm (d) / 6" (d)


Monet Porcelain Large Coffee and Tea Pot19cm (h) x 23cm (w) x 13cm (d) / 7.4" (h) x 9.0" (w) x 5.1" (l)


Monet Porcelain Teacup and Saucer5.5cm (h) x 7.6cm (d) / 2.1" (h) x 3.0" (d)


Monet Porcelain Sugar Bowl11cm (h) x 14cm (w) x 8.5cm (d) / 4.3" (h) x 5.5" (w) x 3.3" (l)


Monet Porcelain Coffee and Tea Pot17cm (h) x 22cm (w) x 11cm (d) / 6.6" (h) x 8.6" (w) x 4.3" (l)


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Monet Porcelain Coffee Cup and Saucer7cm (h) x 12cm (d) / 2.7" (h) x 4.7" (d)


Monet Porcelain Creamer8cm (h) x 9cm (w) x 6.5cm (d) / 3.1" (h) x 3.5" (w) x 2.5" (l)


Bold colours meet the art of simplicity in Robert Haviland & C. Parlon’s Monet collection. It was created by esteemed artist Claude Monet who wanted to refresh the dining service in his Giverny home, and what better way to do so than with bright-white Limoges porcelain and a sunny yellow and blue border? Each piece in the series is handcrafted in the French workshop while staying true to the original blueprint. Today, it’s still reissued for the Claude Monet Museum.

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Meet the Maker:

Robert Haviland & C. Parlon

Robert Haviland & C. Parlon’s story dates back to 1835, when William Haviland became an earthenware importer in New York. Soon after, in 1842, he opened his first porcelain factory, before Robert Haviland – the third generation – propelled it to what it is today. Hundreds of years of heritage have witnessed the family dress royal tables in the finest porcelain, including the Monet collection which was originally commissioned to refresh the dining service of French painter Claude Monet in his Giverny home. Today, two sisters – Marie-Amélie and Marie-Caroline Guillot – are at the helm, spearheading a fresh, dynamic approach towards Limoges, where they’re both from.