Rochard Limoges Trinket Box Butterfly Hand Painted France E318 Qg
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Rochard Limoges Trinket Box Butterfly Hand Painted France E318 Qg:
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sale INFORMATION Up for sale is a beautiful Rochard Limoges Trinket box
Approximate Height: 2.00"
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Condition: We see no chips, crazing, scratches or repairs. Please look at photos below.
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The Limoges Box is a small hinged porcelain trinket box produced by Limoges factories near the city of Limoges France that are collected worldwide made of a specialized porcelain made of a clay called Kaolin that is only found in the Limousine Region of France.
The Limoges Porcelain Box was first created in the mid-1700s during the time that Jacques Turgot, Finance Minister of King Louis XVI, gave a Royal edict to the city of Limoges France the exclusive title to produce Royal Limoges Porcelain for the Kingdom of France. The first Limoges trinket boxes were long narrow containers that were created for scarce and expensive needles. From here, other shapes of Limoges porcelain boxes evolved. The earliest were those that held thimbles and embroidery scissors and then round flat Limoges boxes were formed and used as powder boxes, and/or snuff boxes.
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