Robert Haviland & C. Parlon William Porcelain Deep Serving Dish

£305

William Porcelain Deep Serving Dish6cm (h) x 25cm (d) / 2.3" (h) x 9.8" (d)

£305

William Porcelain Serving Dish29cm (d) / 11" (d)

£285

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William Porcelain Oval Serving Platter36cm (l) x 26cm (w) / 14.1" (l) x 10.2" (w)

£305

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William Porcelain Salad Bowl25cm (d) / 10" (d)

£385

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

£146

William Porcelain Dinner Plate28cm (d) / 11" (d)

£106

William Porcelain Dessert Plate21.5cm (d) / 8" (d)

£94

William Porcelain Salad Plate19cm (d) / 7" (d)

£82

William Porcelain Soup Plate23cm (d) / 9" (d)

£106

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William Porcelain Coffee and Tea Pot17cm (h) x 22cm (w) x 11cm (d)

£305

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

£146

William Porcelain Large Coffee and Tea Pot19cm (h) x 23cm (w) x 13cm (d)

£355

William Porcelain Teacup and Saucer10cm (h) x 7cm (d) / 3.9" (h) x 2.7" (d)

£146

William Porcelain Sugar Bowl11cm (h) x 14cm (w) x 8.5cm (d)

£210

The William collection by Robert Haviland & C. Parlon is designed in honour of William Haviland, the founding father of the family-run name. Although many generations have passed since he started the story in 1835, his work certainly hasn’t been forgotten. Each piece from the series features gold rings on white porcelain – a classic combination that’ll age with grace.

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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.