Pattern is called ‘Queen Victoria’ and features a beautiful flower and green border. Miniature Scallop dish has white background and gold outline. Backside is marked with standard Herend blue mark used since 1949. Other marking is mold number 7562/ VBO and ‘Herend’ incised on the backside. In great condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Please note, all white in pictures are reflections in camera and not chips or cracks. Measures about 3-1/4 inches diameter and 1/4 inch tall.
Queen Victoria is one of the oldest and most well known patterns of the Herend Porcelain Manufactory. The Oriental style pattern is composed of painted butterflies and flower covered branches. The surface of the white porcelain is covered with butterflies, flowers and branches framed by the mint green colored gilded edge. This pattern won the First prize at the 1851 world fair in London. The success goes to Queen Victoria of England whose name was given to the decoration and who ordered a full dinner set with this pattern for Windsor palace at the Worlds Fair. The pattern is still being made but with a new and different floral design (VBA---07719-0-00 Herend). This is the old discontinued floral pattern which is no longer available. It has a larger bouquet of flowers and colorful leaves.
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Queen Victoria Green Gold Border, Flowers, Miniature Scalloped Butter Pad Dish 7562/VBO Old Pattern