J.L. Coquet dinnerware was founded in 1824 on the banks of the river Vienne, just a few miles from the city of Limoges, France. From the beginning, the company has been known for the extreme whiteness of their porcelain. Quality is entirely evident in these beautiful works of art. Many top international chefs, restaurants, and hotels use the J.L. Coquet porcelain. Museums such as the "Arts Décoratifs de Paris" and the "Centre National Georges Pompidou" have exhibited J.L. Coquet porcelain, touting its "exemplary contemporary aesthetics.