A fine quality cup and saucer made by Theodore Haviland of Limoges France in the first quarter of the 20th century. I believe this is Schleiger’s pattern # 147-q on a Caroline blank. Pale purple or lavender flowers are scattered in an asymmetrical design and embellished with fancy gilt trim. The semi-translucent porcelain body is also slightly fluted. The saucer measures slightly more than 5.5" in diameter and the cup 2.25" in height. Absolutely beautiful!
Condition: Very Good condition with only the slightest surface wear - I can find no chips, cracks or scratches. Please examine photos closely.