Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Importers - Rochard

Limoges is like champagne - both are associated with the ultimate in quality, brought out on celebratory occasions when only the very best will do.
But while sparkling wines are made in many parts of the world, only those born and bottled in the Champagne region of France are legally allowed to be called Champagne. Thus, while porcelain is made in many countries, only porcelain made in the Limoges region in west-central France may be called Limoges.

Rochard has been importing Limoges Boxes to the US
since 1973 and claim to be the first to introduce the idea of placing little surprises inside the box. There are exclusive designs and color pigments only created for Rochard. The emphasis on attention to detail, superior painting and workmanship including the hinge and latch set Rochard pieces apart from other Limoges boxes. Rochard pieces are some of the best quality pieces. Consistency is of the utmost importance when it comes to Rochard Limoges boxes. Collectors know and see the difference in the painting on a Rochard Limoges box.

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