Princess Victoria features the beautiful, decorative border from Queen Victoria. The Rim Soup Plate is a wonderful complement to existing Queen Victoria pieces. Herend is perpetual, with dinnerware patterns never discontinued. Those purchased today will always be available, whether one, ten or a hundred years go by.
- 8-in. D
- Gold banded
- Hand-painted finish
Material & Care
- Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Princess Victoria Dinnerware - Black
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