The I. M. Pei-designed pyramid entrance to the Louvre was a controversial addition when it was completed in 1989, but it has since become a landmark on a par with the Eiffel Tower (which was also much maligned at first). This Limoges porcelain box beautifully captures its majesty, albeit in miniature. Whether it's a bouquet of flowers or a perky pooch, it’s even more delightful when expressed on Limoges porcelain. Every charmingly petite Chamart Limoges box is painted entirely by hand, in exquisite detail, by artisans in Limoges, France. Each radiates a tradition of unparalleled beauty, fine workmanship, and exceptional quality.