Limoges Boxes

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Sleeping Mouse Limoges
Santa's Boot Limoges
Merry Christmas Oval Limoges
Porcelain Egg Music Box
Santa Hat Limoges
Butterfly Limoges Box
Swan Under Dome Music Box
Reindeer Christmas Limoges
Golden Buddha Limoges
Large Nativity Limoges
Santa with Furry Friends Limoges
Hanukkah Menorah on Table Limoges
Eiffel Tower Porcelain Egg Music Box
Santa with Bell Limoges
Holiday Candy Limoges
Santa Claus on Chimney Limoges
Holly Leaf Christmas Oval Limoges
Nativity Limoges
Christmas Stories Stack of Books Limoges
Advent Calendar Limoges
Harvest Cornucopia Limoges
Proud Pheasant Limoges
Blue Turkey with Cornstalk Limoges
Thanksgiving Turkey under Chrome Limoges
Heart with Ladybugs Limoges
Stack of Jack O'Lantern Pumpkins Limoges
Cat On Aquarium Bowl With Removable Red Fish
Long-Stemmed Rose Limoges
Monet's Water Lilies with Palette Limoges
Macarons Box Limoges
Witch & Cauldron Limoges
Flower Cart Limoges
Floral Porcelain Egg Music Box, Purple
Ladybug Family Limoges
To a Wonderful Grandmother Limoges
Monet Book Limoges
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Fall in Love with Limoges Boxes

Handcrafted and collected worldwide, limoges boxes are small porcelain trinkets produced in Limoges, France. First created in the mid-18th century, the original limoges boxes were intended to hold everyday items, but evolved to carry things like thimbles, embroidery scissors, makeup powder, and snuff, as well as precious keepsakes like locks of hair and small poems. Since then, limoges boxes have taken on brilliant, eclectic new shapes to commemorate holidays, special occasions, or a collector’s unique interests—perfect for catching a house guests’ attention and sparking interesting conversation.

Creating limoges boxes is a labor of love that begins with shaping the perfect master mold and using clay native to Limoges, France. Once molded, they are then hand painted, fired multiple times, and glazed. Unique to limoges boxes, the final firing takes place at 1400C which gives them their lustrous finish. Finally, each box is fitted with a small metal hinge for easy opening and closing. 

As the hallmark of French culture for centuries, limoges boxes continue to be a prized piece for many collectors. Others also cherish collectibles such as figurines from luxury brands and designers like Baccarat and Herend, or delightful dolls from Steiff. Find other ways to adorn your home and build your collection of heirlooms by exploring our entire collection of home decor.