Herend

The glitter and richness of untarnished beauty upon which Herend's uncompromising finesse rests, has stood the test of time. All the looming hardships have been kept at bay, and the dazzling white glitter of porcelain reflects, as always, the glimmer of hope.

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Ever since its inception, Herend porcelain has enjoyed the trust and support of aristocracy. The World Exhibition successes and the elegance of the so-called "White Gold" has garnered the favour of imperial and royal courts worldwide. The most famous rulers of the 19th and 20th centuries collected Herend: Queen Victoria and Emperor, the Hungarian King Franz Joseph, and his wife, Queen Elisabeth, fell in love with Herend. Nevertheless, the celebrities of the new millennia are also avid collectors of Herend porcelain.

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Queen VictoriaQueen Victoria
Franz JosephFranz Joseph
Queen ElizabethQueen Elizabeth
Alexander von HumboldtAlexander von Humboldt
24th May 1819 - 22nd Jan 1901
The Godmother of our best-known décor
18th August 1830 - 21th Nov 1916.
Bestowed the title of Court Purveyor upon Mór Fischer
24th December 1837 - 10th Sept 1898.
Our muse for the Gödöllő décor
14th September 1769 - 1859.
He has been presented width birthday dinner-set of Herend Porcelain
John Paul II.John Paul II.
Nicholas II of RussiaNicholas II of Russia
Lady DiannaLady Dianna
Akhito, Emperor of JapanAkhito, Emperor of Japan
18th May 1920 - 2005.
Herend encores the Vatican I.
1868 - 1918.
Samovar gift
1st July 1961 - 31st August 1997
Collector of Herend Porcelain
23rd December 1933 -
Imperial gifts
Benedict XVIBenedict XVI
Lewis HamiltonLewis Hamilton
Arnold SchwarzeneggerArnold Schwarzenegger
 
16th April 1927 -
Herend encores the Vatican II.
7th january 1985 -
Herend Trophies for the Winners
30th July 1947 -
Ecen the Governor collects Herend Porcelain