While it has often been used as a complement to Herend's patterns, this dramatic decorative border really comes into its own when it gets top billing. This gorgeous fish scale setting makes the ultimate statement in elegance.
- Hand-painted finish
- Gold banded
Material & Care
- Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Fishscale Brown Place Setting
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Originally created in 1930 in raspberry coloration for
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. This magnificent array of porcelain designs is perfect for ...
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