Celebrated French artist, Arielle de Brichambaut took her inspiration for the “Syracuse” pattern of dinnerware from design motifs from the ancient Greek city of Syracuse and the sparkling waters of the Ionian Sea. Created in exquisite Limoges porcelain by Robert Haviland and C. Parlon.
Since 1842, when David Haviland left America to set up his factory in Limoges, the name Haviland porcelain has been synonymous with excellence in the field of Limoges porcelain. Entrepreneurial spirit and bounless talent have been combined with innovation in shapes, decoration and production expertise. Numerous awards have been bestowed on R.Haviland and C. Parlon porcelain in recognition of its contribution to the Art of the Table. For over one and a half centuries Robert Haviland and C. Parlon porcelain can claim leadership in the world of porcelain. Their designers have always pursued the policy of creating porcelain that is both practical to use and of the utmost beauty and refinement.