What is another word for Limoges?

12 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ lˈɪmə͡ʊd͡ʒɪz], [ lˈɪmə‍ʊd‍ʒɪz], [ l_ˈɪ_m_əʊ_dʒ_ɪ_z]

Limoges is a French city renowned for its production of luxurious porcelain. When it comes to synonyms for the word "Limoges," there are a few options that refer to this famous French city. One synonym is "Limousin," which is the administrative region of France where Limoges is located. Another is "porcelain of Limoges," which specifically refers to the high-quality, hand-painted porcelain that the city is known for. "Limoges ware" and "Limoges china" are also commonly used synonyms to refer to the exquisite porcelain pieces made in the city. Overall, these synonyms capture the prestige and elegance that are associated with the name "Limoges".

Related words: Limoges porcelain, Limoges boxes, Limoges dish sets, Limoges tea cups, Limoges figurines, Limoges coffee table sets, Limoges chocolate truffles

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    Usage examples for Limoges

    323 Limoges welcomes Du Guesclin, ii.
    "History of the English People, Index"
    John Richard Green
    She had a childish taste for the cloister, but when she was about fourteen years of age, her uncle, who was then Bishop of Limoges, presented her to Queen Anne, who received her as one of her maids of honour.
    "Henrietta Maria"
    Henrietta Haynes
    Limoges, about 1620. He went into Holland that he might profess the Protestant religion more freely; was captain in the service of the States, and assisted on the Rotterdam Gazette.
    "A Biographical Dictionary of Freethinkers of All Ages and Nations"
    Joseph Mazzini Wheeler

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