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Porcelain bowl ART DECO
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The Haviland collections are distinguished by the elegance of the decorations and the delicacy of the gold or platinum finishes. The services are also remarkable for the retention and the resistance of their colors. The timeless Haviland collections endure through time. They have been widely appreciated throughout the years with their ultimate identity: refinement. For a collection foreign to the notion of time, invariable, immutable, and timeless, Haviland seeks excellence. Art Déco par Haviland is a collection that pays tribute to one of the greatest international artistic movements. Consisting of white fans, sculpted by a pattern in relief and enhanced with golden lines, this ornament becomes a symbol of this art of paradoxes. The touches of black reveal the geometric shapes, displaying contrasts with shades of grey lost in a white background. This rich pattern with pure lines enriches the Haviland collections and invites us on a journey of senses, with its play of colours and materials. With its harmonious forms and clean-cut lines, the Art Deco par Haviland draws its inspiration from the cubist movement. The complexity of this new pattern in a refined style perfectly illustrates the work of the craftsmen in Limoges with the quality of printing in chromolithography in relief, and with a final touch of goldfilet, painted by hand at the decoration atelier. This new collection is anchored in the values of the Maison and its reinterpretation of an emblematic artistic movement enhances its timelessness.

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