… Luncheon on the Grass

Use these soup plates at breakfast (yogurt), lunch (soup) and dinner (salad course). The interesting shape works for almost anything. In 1898, Claude Monet designed a porcelain dinner service for his own use at Giverny. He painted a simple white plate by hand with a blue edge and a yellow rim. The curator of  the Foundation Claude Monet, requested that  Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, the world renowned Limoges porcelain dinnerware manufacturer,  recreate the original dinner set found in the attic of Monet's house. Dishwasher safe. Lead times vary.

Houses & Parties offers a complete collection of R. Haviland and C. Parlon fine dinnerware. Contact us for more information. 

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