The Herend Queen Victoria pattern was introduced in 1851 during the first World Exposition in London, England. Queen Victoria loved the set so much that she purchased the original patterned set. The Queen Victoria pattern is so intricate that only the top Herend painters have been able to paint it.
The Herend Queen Victoria pattern comes in many different sizes and shapes, from the crescent shaped salad plate to the different sized coffee pots. The Herend Queen Victoria pattern has one of the largest selections of china to choose from. The china has intricate roses of different colors on top of every covered dish. The Queen Victoria biscuit box is one that serious collectors search for; it has gold trim, is 7 inches in height and has openwork throughout.
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