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You will hear the name come up time and time again at a typical antiques auction, so if you find you’re getting hooked on the beauty of the collectible limoges boxes I am focusing on here, take a look at their other creations, all highly collectible and sought after.The history behind it, and the current manufacturing process certainly play a role, adding to the mystique and individuality of the pieces.and no, the oval MEISSEN mark with a star below it is definitely not genuine!All the marks here are from pieces of my stock past and present. Now this is where it gets interesting – the following marks are NOT from pieces of Meissen porcelain……. Made in Russia inscription appeares on export items. There is a drop of boasting in gathering, as well as a desire to stop the magic that is hidden in old things used by the former generation. They are guided probably by both - their personal preferences and trying to generate some material values, nay, even multiplying value by creating a set of individual pieces.Even the women from the Moulin Rouge have been spun off into a Limoges collectible.
Shortly after the first Limoges factory was established, Louis XVI bought it.
Limoges, a French city southwest of Paris, predates Roman times.
Its physical placement, directly on the river Vienne, makes Limoges an easy, accessible stop; one that would even be called necessary in those early years when journeys were more arduous than enjoyable. Limoges built its first porcelain factory a mere six years after the initial find of the kaolin.
If Limoges went so far as to design a mini container for these, you can bet you’ll find one that will fit any need you have.
It didn’t take me long to find something that could commemorate just about any holiday, major life event, and collectible category (mini hats, shoes and bags, for example).