Bernardaud Constance Dinner Tea Saucer
The Bernardaud Constance Dinnerware Collection offers all the refinement of Napoleon's Empire style. Acorns, oak and laurel leaves - symbols of strength, longevity and peace - adorn this collection, each piece finished with multiple fillets of 24k gold.
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The Bernardaud Constance Dinnerware Collection is special order only. Please allow 4-6 weeks to receive your order.
The Constance pattern is crafted in France to the exacting standards of refinement and elegance and makes for the perfect formal dining set. The tableware pieces are highly shock resistant and offer multiple possibilities for usage.
The secret ingredient to fine porcelain is kaolin, and its discovery by the French in 1768 marked the birth of Limoges porcelain. Leonard Bernardaud worked first as a workshop apprentice and then as a partner of one of the first Limoges porcelain factories. In 1900, he bought the company and continued to expand through his innovative ideas and foresight to collaborate with artists. Today, Michel Bernardaud represents the fifth generation of family leadership in the company. With an unwavering preservation of artisan techniques and a forward-thinking approach to design, the company remains one of the few original porcelain manufacturers from Limoges.