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I vow to Saint Nicholas of Limoges a candlestick of pure gold ''
"It was La Blanche Rose, maid at the sign of the `Trois Corbeaux' at Limoges. Bless her pretty heart!
Thus he could converse with the Minister for War about silkworms, with the Minister of Education about detective stories, with the Minister of Labor about Limoges enamel, and with the Minister of Missions and Moral Progress (if that be his correct title) about the pantomime boys of the last four decades.
Limoges, in the Limousin region of central France, is known for its medieval enamels, its 19th-century porcelain and oak barrels for storing Cognac.
CARLSTADT, N.J.-Haviland, a French manufacturer of Limoges porcelain, has announced a plan to restructure under French bankruptcy law.
Camille Limoges has been appointed to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
When supplies of suitable china became unsure, David Haviland went to Limoges in France to make and ensure a reliable supply of fine china for the family business in America.
Certainly the suppliers, retailers and collectors of Limoges boxes would agree.