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. It is available in multiple color options. Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued.
The perfect name for a pattern that incorporates a well-known motif from Queen Victoria, Princess Victoria features a beautiful, decorative border you'll love. The must-have collection works wonderfully for those who are looking for a simple yet elegant pattern.
Draped with stylized vines and gold rosettes, this
Draped with stylized vines and gold rosettes, this stunningly embellished tea cup is an elegant component of any upscale tabletop. Delicate ribbon details grace the exterior for a timeless look that you'll love for complementing your dinnerware.
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.
The Princess Victoria Tea Cup features the beautiful,
The Princess Victoria Tea Cup features the beautiful, decorative border from Queen Victoria. It is a wonderful complement to existing Queen Victoria pieces. However, Princess Victoria also works wonderfully in its own right for those who are looking for a ...
Brilliantly colored spring flowers are painted with uncharacteristically
Brilliantly colored spring flowers are painted with uncharacteristically bold brushstrokes in this 1920s-era design. The perpetually elegant hand-painted pattern will wow dinner guests and family alike when you present all your favorite meals on such daintily sophisticated dinnerware!