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One of Europe’s finest porcelain manufacturers based in Hungary, they specialise in hand painted figurines and decorative objet.  Herend also manufacture fine hand painted porcelain in a traditional way depicting flowers, fruit and butterfly’s.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge accepted the gift of a dinner service from Herend which is a reproduction of a dinner service ordered by Queen Victoria.

For the classic Herend look the Apponyi tableware is instantly recognisable and beautiful and comes in 9 colours.  Their basket weave shape, Osier is one of the most charming shapes of European porcelain.

  •          Hand painted florals and fruit patterns
  •          Animal figurines in fish scale pattern
  •          Huge range of traditional white ware shapes

The products shown below represent only a small selection of what is available from this brand. If you are interested in seeing more products from this company please contact us.

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Herend Porcelain Tableware & Accessories
Herend Floral Tableware

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