Annotation (BT 43/68)
A New Design in Class IV. Limoge Sceau.
By calling this range of shapes 'Limoge' Wedgwood was referring to Limoges enamelled wares, which were highly prized in the 1860s. The imitation of Limoges enamel-ware was part of the Renaissance Revival [revival of art and letters, under the influence of classical models].