Celebrate your 20th year wedding anniversary! It’s an important event!
Twenty years of our lives encompasses all sorts of ups and downs.  Over the course of twenty years couples will experience many wonderful, happy moments as well as difficult times. However, the most important thing to remember is the importance of understanding and supporting each other.

To celebrate this momentous occasion with your partner. . . surprise them!!


It was twenty years ago that you said “YES!” Remember that special day with a luxury gift in porcelain – the traditional gift for a twentieth wedding anniversary.  This is the perfect way to celebrate your marriage in style. . . the porcelain anniversary.


Take the time to select a unique gift, as unique as your partner. . . give the gift of porcelain from Laure Selignac. We often receive requests for symbolic gifts to mark special occasions and milestones.  Indeed, the porcelain anniversary is a popular request and it gives us great pleasure to be a part of this important moment with you.  We offer a wide variety of French porcelain creations, such as jewelry, vases, trinket trays. . .

The Maison Laure Selignac recommends that you personalize your gift marking the twenty years of marriage by asking our artists to paint in fine 24 carat gold the date, name or short text to remember that special day.  We can even do beautifully interlaced monograms as part of the main design to make your gift truly one-of-a-kind!

Discover our selection of gifts perfect to celebrate 20 years of marriage!


One of our favorites:

  wedding anniversary gifts


When you offer a gift in porcelain for your wedding anniversary, think about mentioning the history of porcelain to your partner.  The history of porcelain is a love story much like your own. . . rare, treasured and rich with experiences.


The development of fine porcelain began in the 6th century under the Tang Dynasty, thanks to the discovery and exploitation of numerous kaolin mines, a white clay used in the production of fine porcelain.

As soon as these early pieces of porcelain began to arrive in Europe, everyone was fascinated and wanted to find out the secret to this pure white porcelain.

It was not until the beginning of the 17th century that true fine porcelain (hard porcelain) was born in Europe.  This was thanks to the kaolin mines discovered in Meissen, Saxony.


In France, the Vincennes porcelain manufacturer, founded in 1738, produced very high quality porcelain on commission. The factory was moved to Sevres, France in 1756.  Beloved and supported by King Louis XV as well as Madame de Pompadour and Madame du Barry, the porcelain manufacturer at Sevres would soon dethrone the manufacturer in Meissen.

Later in 1765, we witnessed the discovery of the kaolin mines at Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche just south of Limoges.  With this discovery, Limoges porcelain became recognized as a more prestigious and sophisticated quality of porcelain than that coming from China. All of Europe began to adopt this pure white, hard porcelain from Limoges. . . the only exception was perhaps England who still preferred softer qualities of porcelain at the time. Today, the word “Limoges” is synonymous with quality in fine porcelain and is recognized around the world.

Interesting fact. . . Did you know that the longest marriage in France lasted for 81 years and 335 days!