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  • What is the meaning of VBO?

    The abbreviations of the Herend Victoria design family are representing differences in design. But what are these differences? 

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  • Herend Porcelain Roses - blogpost

    Herend Roses

    Herend roses are one of the most complex ornamental elements of Herend fine china products. How are they made? What do they symbolise? Read more to find out!

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  • Coffee Cup 711-0-00 Chinese Bouquet / Apponyi pattern. Different colored. Herend fine china

    Apponyi – Chinese Bouquet Colours

    One of the most known Herend porcelain design is the Apponyi design. It is originated from the Indian Basket design. A simplified version, representing traditional European minimalism. There are many colour variations, which the customer must know, before deciding. Let’s see these options!

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  • Herend Dinner plates and Serving plates

    Dinner plates and Serving plates of Herend

    The place setting composition guide continues with the main dish, and its accessories, the dinner plate and serving plate. Lets’s see the different Herend plate variations available.

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  • Crescent plates of Herend Porcelain

    Further Herend Plates for the place setting – dinner sets

    There are smaller plate options for the Herend place settings. These are the followings:

    Crescent plates, Dessert plates, Bread and butter plates, Salad plates and  Dessert plates.

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  • Herend Soup Cups and Soup Plates

    In the following article we go through the most important options related to the Herend soup plates and soup cups available for the customer.

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  • Serving dishes of Herend Porcelain Manufactory - Dinner sets

    Herend Porcelain Dinner Set Composition Guide – Serving Dishes

    The following is a brief summary, what you have to know in order to order a Herend porcelain dinner set.

    The first famous dinner set was ordered by Queen Victoria in 1851 at the World Fair. Intrestingly she did not lay the table with Herend plates for diplomats, but only for family.

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  • Rare and Limited Herend Patterns

    At Herend every piece of porcelain is unique. Yet there are some designs that every Herend enthusiast knows very well because of their famous owners.

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  • Herend porcelain Exhibition in Vienna – Holet Marriott

    In 2018 November, we had the honour to organise a Herend Exhibition in Vienna. Many of our customers and visitors did not have a chance to visit this event. We decided to share this experience with you now, through this article. 

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  • Herend Forms – “Rocaille” the Shell relief

    “The Rocaille shape cleverly combines the popular element of Rococo with the options provided by the porcelain material. The stylized shell-imitating motif harmoniously fits with many patterns enhancing their aesthetic beauty.
    The gracefully arched reliefs combined with the classic wicker motif make up a collection that enjoys great popularity all over the wider form assortment beyond the beauty of patterns choose Rocaille.”

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  • Universal Cup / Breakfast Cup 1729-0-00 ATQ3-PT Chinese Bouquet / Apponyi Turquoise pattern. Universal Cup with Turquoise handle. Herend fine china

    The Multifunctional Herend Cup

    We would like to draw your attention to a less known Herend product, the Multifunctional or Morning Mug.
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  • Fancy Box with rose knob - a nice example of Herend rose knobs.

    The Knob Quest of Herend

    The most type of knobs are available for the original Herend form Osier. This form – also called basket relief form – was invented by Herend. You have a wide range of knob types but our customers rarely knows which are these. Let’s see the varieties of knobs of Herend in details…
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  • Herend Typographical Errors - Blog Post

    Herend Typographical Errors – Blog Post

    “How to write it correctly?”

    Recently, we have received some messages asking for the following items:

    Herrend, Herand, Heren, Heremd, Hevend, and even Heeend, Heron, Herond and so on.

    Well, the correct form is Herend. But why? Read more!

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  • Herend Coding Systems - Blog Post

    Herend Marks

    Herend has many types of products and they need to have a logical structure to be able to identify every product. There are more than 16 000 pc Herend white porcelain items in different sizes and forms. We need to be able to identify every item. Also, there are are more than 400 design variations. Herend has a marking system to keep track of the different items.

    On the bottom of every Herend porcelain product, you can see a Herend trademark. This is the Unique ID of the product. It doesn’t matter if you have an old or a new product because with this number you can identify, reference, or re-order the product.

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  • Herend Chronology - Herend Experts Blog - www.herendexperts.com

    Brief Chronology of Herend

    1826

    Vince Stingl establishes a hard pottery workshop in Herend.

    1839

    Mór Fischer buys the Manufactory from Vince Stingl and his partner, regular porcelain manufacture begins. “Herend Begins” Read more!

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