To find information on prices for Limoges, use an antiques price guide. LimogesAntiques.com sells a paperback price guide that is dedicated to Limoges china, and Antiques.About.com features a price guide with 10 reference pieces.
Limoges china is hard-paste porcelain produced in Limoges, France, since the 1800s. Surfacing from many different factories in the region, Limoges porcelain is famous for the distinctive factory markings on each piece. There are approximately 400 factory markings that identify Limoges porcelain, including those from Haviland, Elite, Ahrenfeldt and Guerin. The price of each piece is determined by the fame of its originating factory and the quality of its decoration.