Collection: Robert Haviland et C. Parlon

THE HAVILAND DYNASTY. From one continent to another, a saga that crosses time.


The story begins around New York where Robert Haviland was born in 1803 into a family of landowners from Harrison's Purchase. He arrived in France in 1839 in search of porcelain manufacturers before joining, in 1853, the Manufacture founded in Limoges by his younger brother David. Soon his son, Charles Field Haviland, - Field was added by the Alliances - born in 1832, joined them. By marrying François Alluaud's granddaughter, the latter joins forces with a family that has been making porcelain in Limoges since 1797. Very quickly, he bought the family factory from her and stamped his name on the pieces he produced. When Charles Field Haviland retired from business in 1882, he passed on his passion to his descendants. No wonder then that his grandson, Robert Haviland, in turn founded - he was only 27 years old - a factory in 1924 and also marked the porcelains with his surname. Two years later, by partnering with Pierre le Tanneur, his brother-in-law, he created the company "Robert Haviland et le Tanneur". Just before the Second World War, Camille Parlon, owner of Union Céramique, approached them and brought them the know-how of his own company. In 1941, to pay homage to his grandfather, Robert Haviland bought the Charles Field Haviland brand and decided to affix it to the back of all the porcelain produced by the manufacture, which in 1949 took a new corporate name, “Robert Haviland et C. Parlon " his brother-in-law, he gave birth to the company "Robert Haviland et le Tanneur". Just before the Second World War, Camille Parlon, owner of Union Céramique, approached them and brought them the know-how of his own business. In 1941, to pay homage to his grandfather, Robert Haviland bought the Charles Field Haviland brand and decided to affix it to the back of all the porcelain produced by the manufacture, which in 1949 took a new corporate name, “Robert Haviland et C. Parlon " his brother-in-law, he gave birth to the company "Robert Haviland et le Tanneur". Just before the Second World War, Camille Parlon, owner of Union Céramique, approached them and brought them the know-how of his own business. In 1941, to pay homage to his grandfather, Robert Haviland bought the Charles Field Haviland brand and decided to affix it to the back of all the porcelain produced by the manufacture, which in 1949 took a new corporate name, “Robert Haviland et C. Parlon "

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