The beautiful Queen Victoria décor won its first prize at the London Universal Exposition in 1851.
The fame of the fine porcelain of Herend stems from this first international recognition. Queen Victoria of England, who gave the name to this décor, owned a complete table service made especially for her. The Victoria pieces, of late baroque shapes, come in shiny white porcelain, and are richly rimmed in green and gold, as they are colours which recall the fresh spring meadows. The motif, which was inspired by the festive Hungarian taste so popular at the time, is vividly illustrated in polychrome or monochrome enamels. It incorporates butterflies flying through magnolia branches, peonies and other exotic flowers. The set comprises serving and dessert plates, tea and coffee cups. It proves to be an exquisite assortment suitable for a refined and high-profile table.
We are official distributor of Herend Porcelain, that is the world famous Porcelain Manufactory, operating for over 180 years. Herend is synonymous for unique, hand painted, master crafted porcelain. Herend is one of the few porcelain manufacturers which fills individual requests from more than 6,000 patterns and 16,000 shapes. The options are endless. A Herend porcelain piece leaves a lasting impression on the first look. Every piece is hand made, holds artistic value and is the centrepiece of luxury and beauty.
We are sure you will be amazed by the masterpieces of Herend Porcelain. If you have any questions we would be happy to be at your service.