Lot of 12 Theodore Haviland Rosalinde Pattern Bread and Butter Plates c. 1940s. All are in like new condition and appear to of never been used. Delicate pink and purple flowers with cream rim and gold accents. They measure 6 1/2"x6 1/2". Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful patterns ever produced by Haviland. Manufactured from 1942-1993 and then discontinued. Theodore Haviland began in New York with David Haviland. When he discovered great porcelain resources in Limoges, France, he moved there and opened his own manufacturing company. His son, Theodore, continued the family business. In the 1930's, David's grandson, William began successfully manufacturing dinnerware in New York.