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$325.00

Eisch Gentleman Decanter Gold. 

Capacity: 750ml
Height: 232mm
Packaging: 1pc

$325.00

Eisch Gentleman Decanter Platinum.

Capacity: 750ml
Height: 232mm
Packaging: 1pc

$57.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$367.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$105.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$477.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$199.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$99.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$141.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$577.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$105.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$57.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$57.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$1,989.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$105.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$236.00

Designed exclusively by and for the U.S. market, the stunning "American Wildflowers" comes in a variety of patterns featuring twelve wildflowers in four colorways: blues, red-oranges, yellows, and pinks.

This collection is called California Poppy which comes in orange and yellow flowers. These beautifully detailed botanicals show off the true artistry and meticulous skills of Herend's craftspeople with a colorful and contemporary flair. The motifs may be mixed for an unforgettable tablesetting, or choose your favorite colors and blooms for the ultimate in personalization.

$315.00

Herend China Charger Plate
Trimmed in 24k gold
12 inches diameter

Like a beautiful silk ribbon draped around the edges of a plate, the bold, saturated colors of this collection are a perfect complement to other Herend patterns but they may just steal the spotlight for a solo performance.

$84.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$84.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$190.00

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$435.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$288.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$183.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes.

$57.00

The Beauty Is Legendary, But That's Only The Beginning.

Herend is a sound investment in hand painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

Herend Chinese Bouquet Dinnerware Collection in Green Herend Chinese Bouquet Dinnerware Collection in Green
oz 6d 10-5d 7-5d 8d 6d 8-25d
$100.00

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$145.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Fine China Collection.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$78.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Ring Box Collection-Since 1826 Herend has created timeless designs with unsurpassed craftsmanship and artistry. These exquisite treasures make lovely collectibles and heirlooms for generations to come.
Herend home accessories dazzle in detail. With painstaking care, artists hand-pierce and hand-weave every openwork box, basket, bowl and plate. Finials and delicate flowers are adroitly shaped by artists’ dexterous hands. Every beautiful motif takes form at the touch of an artist’s brush delicately stroked across a white porcelain background, until a fine piece of art is born before their eyes.

$220.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust 12oz. Tea Pot With Butterfly
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 12oz

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$183.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Covered Sugar With Rose
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 6 oz

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$141.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Creamer
Trimmed in 24k gold
3.5 inches high 6 oz

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$84.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Bread & Butter Plate 6"D.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$120.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Dessert Plate 8.25".

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$152.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Dinner Plate 10.5"D.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$152.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Rim Soup 9.5"D.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$105.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Salad Plate 7.5"D.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$183.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Service Plate 11"D.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$220.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Tea & Coffee Collection

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$105.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Tea Cup

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$57.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Tea Saucer.

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$435.00

Herend Chinese Bouquet Rust Tea Pot With Rose.
Trimmed in 24k gold
6.5 inches high 60oz

Derived from the intricate motifs and lush colors of Indian Basket, the Chinese Bouquet pattern was designed for Count Albert Apponyi in 1930. The Far East influence of ancient chinoiserie is apparent in the details of this vibrant pattern.

Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for Count Albert Apponyi, the Chinese Bouquet pattern features a center motif of a stylized peony surrounded by a garland of leaves with 24K gold rosettes. It is available in multiple color options such as blue, green and rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

Herend is timeless, being ever in vogue.

Herend is uniquely yours, with dinnerware personalization options ranging from hand-painted 24-kt gold monograms to custom-designed sets.

Herend keeps excellent company, being owned by royalty, dignitaries and celebrities from all walks of life and sold in very select stores specializing in superior goods and service.

$220.00

Herend Coaster Aquatic Dessert 4"D
It was only a matter of time before Herend's figurines finally crossover to become stars of dinnerware as well. In fact, they are ready for their close-up with no need for any supporting cast to take away any of the spotlight. The new aquatic collection features 4 different motifs: a raspberry seahorse, a rust tulip shell, a green scallop shell and a blue starfish

$78.00

Herend Golden Edge Collection-Herend is a sound investment in hand painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.

$220.00

Herend Golden Edge Tea & Coffee Collection

Herend Golden Laurel Dinnerware Collection Herend Golden Laurel Dinnerware Collection
10-5d 7-5d 6d oz 11d 8d 9d 6d
$183.00

Herend Golden Laurel Dinnerware Collection.

This pattern was originally created for use at Buda Castle (also known as the Royal Palace) during the reign of Francis Joseph I who was Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. Initially created in the 1870s, it consisted of a golden laurel wreath branch and bore the monogram of Francis Joseph as well as the Hungarian Crown.

This set also looks beautiful when combining it with the Herend Chinese Bouquet collection.

Herend Golden Laurel Serveware Collection Herend Golden Laurel Serveware Collection
15l 7-5d 11sq
$588.00

Herend Golden Laurel Dinnerware Collection.

This pattern was originally created for use at Buda Castle (also known as the Royal Palace) during the reign of Francis Joseph I who was Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. Initially created in the 1870s, it consisted of a golden laurel wreath branch and bore the monogram of Francis Joseph as well as the Hungarian Crown.

This set also looks beautiful when combining it with the Herend Chinese Bouquet collection.

$367.00

Herend Large Leaf Dish
Trimmed in 24k Gold
10.75"L

$525.00

Herend China Leaf Dish With Butterfly 10.75"
Trimmed in 24k Gold
10 3/4 inches long x 3 1/2 inches wide

$131.00

Herend home accessories dazzle in detail. With painstaking care, artists hand-pierce and hand-weave every openwork box, basket, bowl and plate. Finials and delicate flowers are adroitly shaped by artists’ dexterous hands. Every beautiful motif takes form at the touch of an artist’s brush delicately stroked across a white porcelain background, until a fine piece of art is born before their eyes.

There’s no place like home, and there’s no finishing touch like Herend.

$105.00

Herend Platinum Edge Covered Sugar With Rose.
4 inches high 6 oz

A rich, elegant style, the traditional Golden Edge design of the early twentieth century is updated here in platinum.
$73.00

Herend Platinum Edge Creamer
3 1/2 inches high 6oz

A rich, elegant style, the traditional Golden Edge design of the early twentieth century is updated here in platinum.
$199.00

Herend Platinum Edge Tea Pot With Rose
5 1/2 inches high 36oz

A rich, elegant style, the traditional Golden Edge design of the early twentieth century is updated here in platinum.

$288.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Covered Sugar With Rose.
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 10 oz

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$236.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Creamer.
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 10 oz

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$220.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$215.00

Herend Queen Victoria Collection in Blue.

This collection also comes in green, pink, as well as Fortuna Blue, and Fortuna Rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$300.00

Herend Queen Victoria Collection in Green.

This collection also comes in blue, pink, as well as Fortuna Blue, and Fortuna Rust.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$467.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Covered Butter Dish With Branch
Trimmed in 24k gold
8 1/2 inches long

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$183.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$215.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$147.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Garden Coaster Set Of Four
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches dia.

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$771.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Gravy Boat With Fixed Saucer
Trimmed in 24k Gold
8 inches long Holds 3/4 of a pint

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$199.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Honey Pot With Rose Lid.
Trimmed in 24k Gold
2 1/2 inches high

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$614.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$745.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Rectangular Tray With Branch Handles
Trimmed in 24k gold
18 inches long

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$514.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Square Cake Plate With Handles
Trimmed in 24k gold
9 1/2 inches square

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$168.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$84.00

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$2,247.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Tureen with Lemon
Trimmed in 24k gold
10"H 4 Quarts

Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria Pattern: 

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

 

$173.00

Herend China Queen Victoria Twin Salt
Trimmed in 24k Gold
8 inches long

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this Chinese-influenced pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.

There's a 20% Restock Fee for all Herend Orders as they are special orders.

Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own.

Brush your fingers along Herend’s smooth white porcelain body and hand-painted designs, and sense the passion of great sculptors, master painters, and visionary designers imbued in every piece they lovingly craft. Intended for use and enjoyment as well as artistic appreciation, Herend’s durability and ease of care ensure it fits perfectly with your lifestyle.

Herend holds a rich history spanning many years, crossing many oceans and charming generation after generation to enjoy worldwide acclaim as the pinnacle in supreme porcelain, also known as “white gold.” Now the biggest porcelain manufactory in Europe, Herend was founded in 1826 in the small village of Herend, Hungary to produce pottery.  In 1839 a major turning point occurred when Mor Fischer became the manufactory’s new owner. Taking Herend in an entirely new direction, visionary Fischer carved out the unique niche of producing dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe’s royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from Germany and the Far East.

Fischer engineered a string of royal successes that quickly put Herend on the map and led to the next phase of Herend’s growth when manufactory artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, setting the stage for aristocrats throughout Europe to clamor for Herend in their estates.

$294.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Bread & Butter Motif #1.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$456.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Covered Sugar With Rose
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 6 oz
Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$325.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Blue Creamer
Trimmed in 24k gold
3 1/2 inches high 6oz
Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$498.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Fine China Collection-Herend is a sound investment in hand painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy. Each piece is unique and motifs vary.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$567.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Service Plate Motif #1.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$614.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tea & Coffee Collection.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$315.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tea Cup Motif #1.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$152.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Blue Tea Saucer Motif #1.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$656.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Blue Tea Pot With Bird
Trimmed in 24k gold
5 1/2 inches high 36oz
Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$115.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Bread & Butter Plate Motif #6.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$614.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Coffee Pot W/rose
Trimmed in 24k gold

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$173.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Dessert Plate Motif #6.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$315.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Fine China Collection-Herend is a sound investment in hand-painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy. Each piece is unique and motifs vary.

A fish scale border in either blue, green or brown adds an exclamation point to the already vibrant Rothschild bird pattern.
Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.
$577.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Border Triangle Dish 9.5"L
Trimmed in 24k gold
9 1/2 inches long


Herend is a sound investment in hand painted art, but not the sort to admire from afar. Its durable hard paste porcelain body and dishwasher-safe attribute make it a breeze to enjoy. Each piece is unique and motifs vary. Rothschild Bird Green Border is a lush design featuring the highly recognizable bird motif framed by tiny individually hand painted rich green fish scales outlined in 24-karat gold.

Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.

$294.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Border Bread & Butter Plate Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold
Size 6 inches dia.
Rothschild Bird Green Border Pattern

Details

BREAD AND BUTTER PLATE - MO 02 6"D - GREEN BORDER

Additional Information

Item Number RO-EV-01515-0-02
Pattern / Color Options Rothschild Bird Green Border
$866.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Coffee Pot With Bird 
Trimmed in 24k gold
8 1/2 inches high 36oz
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$456.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Covered Sugar With Bird
Trimmed in 24k gold
4 inches high 6 oz
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern
Rothschild Bird Green Border is a lush design featuring the highly recognizable bird motif framed by tiny individually hand painted rich green fish scales outlined in 24-karat gold.

$325.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Creamer
Trimmed in 24k gold
3 1/2 inches high 6oz
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$404.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Green Dessert Plate Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold
8 1/4 inches dia
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$498.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Dinner Plate Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold.
Size 10 1/2 inches dia.
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$498.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Collection

$199.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Mug Motif #11
Trimmed in 24k gold
3 1/2 inches high 10oz
Rothschild Bird Pattern

$477.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Round Serving Bowl
Trimmed in 24k gold
7 1/2 inches dia. 3 1/2 pints
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$336.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Salad Plate Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold
7 1/2 inches dia
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

Details

SALAD PLATE - MOTIF 02 7.5"D - GREEN BORDER

Additional Information

Item Number RO-EV-01518-0-02
Pattern / Color Options Rothschild Bird Green Border
$735.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Square Cake Plate With Handles
Trimmed in 24k gold
9 1/2 inches square
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$315.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Tea Cup Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold
2 1/2 inches high 8 oz
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$152.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Tea Saucer Motif #2
Trimmed in 24k gold
6 inches dia
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$656.00

Herend China Rothschild Bird Green Tea Pot With Bird
Trimmed in 24k gold
5 1/2 inches high 36oz
Rothschild Bird Green Pattern

$236.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Service Plate Motif #6

$147.00

Herend Rothschild Bird Tea Cup Motif #6

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