Roseraie Dinner Plate (10.5D) by Ancienne Manufacture Royale Limoges
Roseraie is a reproduction of an 18th century pattern housed in the Montmartre Museum in Paris. This collection is a portrait of flowers, inspired by a romantic poem written by Madame de Stael: It is necessary that nature grows in the eyes of the man, so that he can use them as a symbol of his thoughts.
Ancienne Manufacture Royale porcelain may appear delicate, but it is in fact the hardest wearing of all ceramic dinnerware since it is fired at such a high temperature. Dishwasher safe when using the fine china or air-dry setting, and a nonabrasive, non-citrus gel. This pattern is not microwavable, and all pieces are oven safe (avoid extreme temperature changes in short periods of time).