The Dammouse, Louveciennes, Impératrice Eugénie collections, among many others, constitute the DNA of Haviland.
The Dammouse pattern realized from watercolors of 1880, was inspired by Japanese prints and silks. The richness of this collection is enhanced by touches of gold that bestow upon it a precious appearance. Delicate, refined, and elegant, the multicolored motif elaborated from a pattern created especially for the Empress Eugenie is inscribed into our roots and allows us to speak the language of flowers today.
The services of Haviland porcelain are poetic, always refined, and designed with the utmost respect for tradition. They are part of our interiors and magnify our current reception tables with respect to the styles of the eras.