Herend Queen Victoria Green Dinner Plate
The Queen Victoria Dinnerware collection is one of Herend’s most iconic and historic patterns. Originally introduced at the 1851 World Exhibition in London, where Queen Victoria liked it so much that she promptly commissioned a set for Windsor Castle. Herend decided to name the pattern in her honor. Featuring an assortment of hand-painted flowers and butterflies along with a decorative border and gold rim. The porcelain has a slight textural design leading up to the undulating rim. Hand wash recommended and not microwave safe.
Hand-made and hand-painted in Herend, Hungary.
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