Haviland

noun, often attributive Hav·i·land \ˈhavələnd\

Definition of Haviland

plural

-s

  1. :  porcelain tableware designed for the American trade and made by a factory founded in 1839 at Limoges, France

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Origin and Etymology of haviland

after David Haviland, 19th century American manufacturer in France, its originator


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