Twelve place settings with cream, sugar, gravy boat and serving dishes.  Missing three tea cups, one dinner plate and one fruit bowl.  Made in France.  Eighty-four pieces. 
About Limoges, ref ArtiFact, 
The Limoges porcelain sought by collectors today was actually produced by a number of factories in the Limoges region of France from the late 1700s until around 1930. Production did not cease in 1930, however. This arbitrary cutoff date simply denotes a change in the global economy when the styles of Limoges wares notably changed from very elaborate to more basic in design.
At one point in the 1920s as many as 48 companies were producing wares marked Limoges, according to ceramics expert Mary Frank Gaston. These pieces weren’t only marked Limoges denoting their origin, however. Many pieces had factory marks and even marks showing who decorated each piece.