Herend Porcelain is revered world-wide. Herend porcelain won 24 grand and gold prizes in world exhibitions between 1851 and 1937. One of the best known Herend patterns was presented at the London World Exhibition in 1851, the Chinese-style butterflies and flowery branches painted in joyful, lively colors. The British Queen, Victoria, ordered a dinner set with its gold medal-winning pattern for Windsor Castle., and so the pattern is named "Viktória" (called "Queen Victoria" in English. The Herend Porcelain Manufactory was purveyor to the Habsburg Dynasty and the aristocracy, both in Hungary and abroad.
Country of Origin: Hungary.
Size: 9 1/2 by 3 1/4 inches.
Pattern: Queen Victoria.
Signed: The Herend Maker's Mark Handpainted 7812/V
Condition: Very Good. No losses.
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