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Limoges

Many people new to collecting antique china do not realize that the word Limoges does not refer to a specific manufacturer. Limoges actually refers to the area in France where the fine porcelain pieces were produced. At one time there were just under fifty china factories operating in Limoges. The history of Limoges china begins in the late 1700s when kaolin was found in the soil near the city of Limoges in the region of France known as Limousin. The discovery of the kaolin meant that French manufacturers could produce the fine white porcelain similar to the fine porcelain of China. The first pieces of Limoges dinnerware were made in the Serves porcelain factory and were marked with royal crests. Serves, the Royal porcelain factory at the time, was commissioned by the Royal Court of France to manufacture the fine porcelain dinnerware.
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