Limoges porcelain is a hard paste porcelain produced by in Limoges, France. Limoges porcelain began being manufactured in the late 1700s. The materials used in this type of porcelain was very similar to the materials used to make Chinese porcelain. The porcelain is still manufactured today and is used to make all types of high quality goods and dinnerware.
Limoges porcelain is hand painted and very detailed. Many of the Limoges dresser sets have flowers in their designs. Limoges dresser sets are available in many different groupings. They can include anywhere from three to eight pieces. Most dresser sets include a large dresser tray and a powder box. Some of the Limoges dresser sets include a perfume bottle, a dresser box, and a hair receiver. Sometimes the sets include candle holders and wedding ring holders, also.