Herend Queen Victoria Dinnerware
The original set of this chinoiserie-inspired pattern was introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London and was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. This elegant, iconic pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.
Herend has been producing fine porcelain dinnerware for over 180 years, and the Queen Victoria pattern is one of its most iconic designs. The company has a long history of supplying porcelain to royalty and heads of state, and it has received numerous awards and accolades for its craftsmanship.
Herend Queen Victoria features a delicate scalloped edge with 24K gold accents in three color ranges: Pink, Blue, and Green. Each piece boasts a different delicate flower as its focal point.
Herend uses only the finest materials in the production of its porcelain dinnerware, including high-quality porcelain and 24-karat gold. This ensures that each piece is not only beautiful but also durable and long-lasting.
Herend Queen Victoria dinnerware is highly collectible, with many pieces being sought after by collectors around the world. The company produces a wide range of pieces in the Queen Victoria pattern, including plates, bowls, cups, and saucers, as well as serving pieces and decorative items.