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    Herend Golden Edge
    Herend Golden Edge

    Created for Count Hadik in the early twentieth century, the classic style of Golden Edge celebrates this noble Hungarian family. Janos Hadik served as the president of Herend Porcelain from 1926 to 1933.

    $20 - $1,000

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    Herend Platinum Edge
    Herend Platinum Edge

    A rich, elegant style, the traditional Golden Edge design of the early twentieth century is updated here in platinum. Herend porcelain is handmade in Hungary and trimmed with platinum accents.

    $30 - $290

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    Herend Gwendolyn
    Herend Gwendolyn

    Elegantly simple...simply elegant. Gwendolyn is a pristine design of 24 karat gold edging on a graceful scalloped shape. It offers the ideal base for a new bride to build upon, as other patterns may easily be mixed with it in future. Gwendolyn is the same shape as our American Wildflowers pattern and can be used to layer with that pattern for a dramatic table setting.

    $40 - $1,140

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    Herend Fruit & Flowers
    Herend Fruit & Flowers

    Since its introduction in the 1860s this pattern, with its beautiful compositions of fruits and flowers, has been favored by many royal houses. The Imperial Court of Russia ordered a set after its display at the World Exhibition of 1900.

    $90 - $2,990

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    Herend Windsor Garden
    Herend Windsor Garden

    A modified version of the classic Indian Basket pattern, Windsor Garden was designed to mix and match with its predecessor.

    $60 - $1,940

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    Herend Printemps
    Herend Printemps

    Brilliantly colored spring flowers are painted with uncharacteristically bold brushstrokes in this 1920s-era design. From Herend of Hungary, handmade and handpainted fine porcelain with 24k gold accents. Available in assorted pieces.

    $60 - $2,035

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    Herend Printemps China, Blue Border
    Herend Printemps China, Blue Border

    The Printemps design is elegantly adapted here with the addition of intricate scalloped blue scales edged in gold.

    $90 - $3,385

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    Herend Printemps Green Border, Special Edition Herend Printemps Green Border, Special Edition
    Herend Printemps Green Border, Special Edition

    Brilliantly colored spring flowers are painted with uncharacteristically bold brushstrokes in this 1920s-era design. From Herend of Hungary, handmade and handpainted fine porcelain of intricate scalloped green scales edged with 24k gold accents.

    $90 - $3,320

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    Herend Kimberley
    Herend Kimberley

    A showcase of remarkable floral paintings in miniature, this "milles fleurs" pattern features painstakingly petite blossoms on a pure white field.

    $55 - $525

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    Herend Antique Iris
    Herend Antique Iris

    Reintroduced in 2007 with a revitalized color palate, research has revealed that this pattern dates from the 1850s. Four different central motifs depict an iris flower. This flower has been used for centuries (dating back to the Egyptians) as a symbol. In fact, a fleur-de-lis is actually a stylized iris and while many royal houses of Europe (including Hungarian kings) have used it, it was the French who popularized it by incorporating it into their flags and crests. For them, the three petals of the iris (or fleur-de-lis) signified faith, wisdom and valor.

    $80 - $1,565

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    Herend Lindsay
    Herend Lindsay

    Delicate flowers dance within a green border on this graceful, modern-day design influenced by Herend's "Kimberley" pattern.

    $55 - $145

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    Herend Royal Garden
    Herend Royal Garden

    On the eve of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding, Hungary formally presented Royal Garden dinnerware as the country's official gift to the royal couple. Created by Herend specifically for William and Kate, the design is a modern interpretation of Herend's classic Queen Victoria pattern, which celebrates its 160th anniversary in 2011. Queen Victoria was first purchased in 1851 by its namesake upon her seeing it in London at the first World's Fair.

    $55 - $640

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    Herend Blue Garland China
    Herend Blue Garland China

    This design of a garland of bright blue cornflowers was introduced in 1890 by Jeno Farkashazy, grandson of the founder of Herend. The apparent French influence reflects the country where young Farkashazy was educated.

    $45 - $570

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    Herend Market Garden
    Herend Market Garden

    This unique pattern includes over 30 motifs that may appear in any combination, selected at the discretion of the artist. Introduced in the 1850s, Market Garden was often assigned to Herend's early Master Painters as a means of perfecting their skills.

    $80 - $585

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    Herend Chanticleer China
    Herend Chanticleer China

    Chanticleer, introduced in the 1930s, is based on a similar Herend pattern owned by Belgian royalty. The colorful roosters are available in four different motifs.

    $70 - $2,180

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    Herend Blue Garden China
    Herend Blue Garden China

    This center-motif floral pattern, derived from original Japanese styles, was first developed as a multicolored design for Baron Waldstein in 1842, and subsequently changed to a blue coloration.

    $70 - $210

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    Herend Rachael
    Herend Rachael

    This delicate and feminine clover pattern was originally introduced in the 1920s in pink and blue. The 1990s saw it revived in solid blue for a fresh, crisp contemporary updating.

    $60 - $190

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    Herend Livia
    Herend Livia

    This beautifully elaborate design of Oriental origin was adapted for European tastes in the 17th century. In the 1860s, a large set was painted for Windsor Castle. Handmade and handpainted porcelain from Hungary enhanced with 24k gold accents.

    $135 - $205

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    Herend Fortuna Blue Herend Fortuna Blue
    Herend Fortuna Blue

    Fortuna Blue is a dramatic, monochromatic variation on Herend's colorful Queen Victoria pattern. The beauty of the blue presentation is that the subtle nuances of the painter's brush stroke rise to the surface to lend unusual texture and depth.

    $70 - $700

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    Herend Fortuna Raspberry, Special Edition Herend Fortuna Raspberry, Special Edition
    Herend Fortuna Raspberry, Special Edition

    Fortuna Raspberry is a dramatic, monochromatic variation on Herend's colorful Queen Victoria pattern. The beauty of the raspberry presentation is that the subtle nuances of the painter's brush stroke rise to the surface to lend unusual texture and depth.

    $80 - $205

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    Herend Fortuna Rust, Special Edition Herend Fortuna Rust, Special Edition
    Herend Fortuna Rust, Special Edition

    Fortuna Rust is a dramatic, monochromatic variation on Herend's colorful Queen Victoria pattern. The beauty of the rust presentation is that the subtle nuances of the painter's brush stroke rise to the surface to lend unusual texture and depth.

    $80 - $205

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    Herend Fortuna Green, Special Edition Herend Fortuna Green, Special Edition
    Herend Fortuna Green, Special Edition

    Fortuna Green is a dramatic, monochromatic variation on Herend's colorful Queen Victoria pattern. The beauty of the green presentation is that the subtle nuances of the painter's brush stroke rise to the surface to lend unusual texture and depth.

    $80 - $205

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    Herend Indian Basket Multi
    Herend Indian Basket Multi

    Introduced in the 1850s, this pattern's original name was "East Indies Flowers". Much of the Oriental porcelain exported to Europe was shipped via East Indian companies, and the Eastern influence is further reflected in the Japanese-style arrangements portrayed here.

    $85 - $625

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    Herend Cornucopia
    Herend Cornucopia

    One of the world's most intricate and elaborate examples of hand painting on porcelain, this luxurious pattern was created in the 1870s for the Shah of Persia. Its rich use of gold is layered over lush turquoise and pomegranate shades on a pure white field.

    $300 - $985

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    Herend Golden Trellis Herend Golden Trellis
    Herend Golden Trellis

    This pattern is a variation on the BABOS pattern which was designed by the famous Hungarian ceramic artist Pálma Babos during her tenure at the Herend manufactory. Whereas BABOS features embossed, raised gold lines, the Golden Trellis pattern features gold lines that are flat so there are no distractions from the eternally elegant combination of gold and white.

    $55 - $145

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    Herend Golden Laurel China
    Herend Golden Laurel China

    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.

    $70 - $705

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    Herend Connect The Dots
    Herend Connect The Dots

    Effervescent, sparkling and playful, Connect the Dots loves to cohost parties with other Herend patterns but is equally gregarious having the spotlight all to itself.

    $110 - $270

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    Herend Asian Garden
    Herend Asian Garden

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Asia Garden Motif 2
    Herend Asia Garden Motif 2

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Asian Garden Motif 3
    Herend Asian Garden Motif 3

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Asian Garden Motif 4
    Herend Asian Garden Motif 4

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Asian Garden Motif 5
    Herend Asian Garden Motif 5

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Asian Garden Motif 6
    Herend Asian Garden Motif 6

    Inspired by a pair of cups designed in Vienna in the early 19th century, the Asian Garden pattern is a superlative example of Chinoiserie design with fanciful, exuberant images of life in an imagined China.

    $60 - $160

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    Herend Forains D'Orient China Herend Forains D'Orient China
    Herend Forains D'Orient China

    A pair of cups created in Vienna, Austria in the early 19th century inspired the FODO pattern.

    Initially, the motifs on European porcelain pieces were copies of their far-eastern models, but while the characteristic Chinese and Japanese motifs usually carried a symbolic meaning, the makers of their European counterparts used them purely for decorative purposes. This style, known as Chinoise, was widely used in art and design, and the set depicting Oriental characters is a stunning example.

    The rim of each snow-white piece, the lid knobs and the sprouts are lavishly gilded and the dishes are adorned with various combinations of six Chinese figures, birds, dragons, plants on a gold-speckled background.

    In the second half of the 19th century, Herend was authorized by Emperor Franz Joseph to use the patterns. Herend artists did not simply adopt these motifs, but reinterpreted and adjusted them to their own painting style, as evidenced by this pattern.

    $200 - $1,305

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    Herend Foret China Herend Foret China
    Herend Foret China

    Created by Herend's most talented and experienced painters, the Foret pattern is a great adaptation of the famous bird patterns into a modern design. Handmade and handpainted in Hungary on fine white porcelain with 24k gold accents.

    $100 - $300

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    Herend Winter Shimmer China Herend Winter Shimmer China
    Herend Winter Shimmer China

    The perfect fusion of holiday magic and fairy dust, Winter Shimmer will add a sparkle to any festive table whether on its own or as a lovely companion to other Herend patterns. Handmade and handpainted in Hungary on fine white porcelain with 24k gold accents.

    $150 - $510

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    Herend Silk Ribbon Chargers
    Herend Silk Ribbon Chargers

    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.

    $300

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    Herend Silk Ribbon Service Plates
    Herend Silk Ribbon Service Plates

    Like a beautiful silk ribbon, the bold, saturated colors draped around the edges of this plate are a perfect complement to other Herend patterns, though they may just steal the spotlight for a solo performance. Handmade and handpainted porcelain from Hungary enhanced with 24k gold accents.

    $175

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    Herend Silk Charger Turquoise & Platinum
    Herend Silk Charger Turquoise & Platinum

    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.

    Measures 12" diameter.

    $330
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    Herend Babos Service Plate Collection
    Herend Babos Service Plate Collection

    Designed by the famous Hungarian ceramic artist Pálma Babos during her tenure at the Herend manufactory, the Babos pattern was intended to be modern and contemporary while still reflecting the essence of Herend.

    $205 - $290

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    Herend Daisy Mommy & Me Breakfast Set
    Herend Daisy Mommy & Me Breakfast Set

    For generations, a cherished shower or christening gift has been a set of fine porcelain tableware for baby, or perhaps an exquisite porcelain keepsake. With Herend, wonderful choices abound. The gift of a tooth fairy or first curl box, baby shoe or tiny figurine replica of an adorable animal is certain to delight. Whatever your Herend choice, it is destined to become a prized family heirloom.

    $170 - $190

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    Herend Dragonfly Dessert Porcelain
    Herend Dragonfly Dessert Porcelain

    These lovely dessert sets are handpainted on fine white porcelain with a 24 karat gold rim. Made in Hungary and available in four colors.

    $145 - $185

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    Herend Songbird Dessert
    Herend Songbird Dessert

    Rothschild Bird depicts the activities of two "notorious" songbirds in a garden in Vienna. However, as if to protect their innocence, Herend painters have always deliberately obscured their exact breed and lineage. In celebration of the pattern's 150th anniversary, the artists were inspired to revisit this famous backyard and while not unmasking the original culprits, they wanted to create a crisp new interpretation by featuring specific breeds. Furthermore, in honor of the numerous American admirers of the pattern, the artists focused on North American songbirds. While these birds may not be as legendary as their necklace-snatching European cousins, they are certainly famous for their vocal contributions to the avian chorus. Featuring a black-capped chickadee, eastern bluebird, yellow warbler and a robin, the Songbird pattern is being introduced on the 1520 dessert plate.

    $165 - $195

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    Herend Aquatic Dessert
    Herend Aquatic Dessert

    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.

    $145 - $210

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    Herend Silk Ribbon Dessert Plates
    Herend Silk Ribbon Dessert Plates

    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.

    $115

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    Herend Openwork Bowls Herend Openwork Bowls
    Herend Openwork Bowls

    Gorgeous pierced, porcelain bowls handmade and handpainted in Hungary. Features 24k gold accents and vivid colored floral designs in the center.

    $1,671 - $2,089

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    Herend Seder Bowls Herend Seder Bowls
    Herend Seder Bowls

    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.

    $145 - $660

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    Poisson Pattern with Dolphin Poisson Pattern with Dolphin
    Poisson Pattern with Dolphin

    Handmade handpainted porcelain from Hungary, in the fascinating "Poisson" pattern introduced by Herend in 1855 in Paris. In Chinese symbolism, the combination of fish and seaweed represents longevity. These pieces are only at Scully & Scully.

    $455 - $1,100

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