7601194VBO01518000

Queen Victoria Salad Plate

UPC: 5992630003566

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Queen Victoria Salad Plate
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Add life and color to your dining experience with this exquisite detailed China! 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.

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  • Gold banded
  • Hand painted finish
  • Domestic

Material & Care

  • Porcelain
  • Dishwasher safe or hand wash for best results
This item is part of the collection: Queen Victoria Green Border
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