This lavish and stunningly beautiful painted and gold rimmed Haviland Limoges china bowl, produced in France, was probably painted either by Miss Virginia Harr of York, Pennsylvania or her teachers, professional painters of china, Annie and Kattie Hantz in the early 1900's (1903 - 1905). Virginia was my husband's great aunt, who after the tragic death of her fiancé, spent her life as a spinster painting beautiful still lifes and landscapes. Limoges china, at the time was sold exclusively by the John Wanamaker Company of Philadelphia. If you're old enough to remember, Wanamaker's had a huge pipe organ and gave free concerts everyday at noon. It was a great store. This lovely bowl, in perfect condition, is 10" in diameter and would be an asset to any collection. FREE SHIPPING!
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