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Market Garden

Herend “Bouquet de Fruits Necker” Hand painted with different fruits, mushrooms and other vegetables, flowers and insects with gilt highlights and textured white border surface. Since its introduction in the 1860s this pattern, with its beautiful hand-painted compositions, has been…
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Herend

Introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, where it was awarded a gold medal from the jury and a commission from the person who gave her name to the pattern. Queen Victoria ordered a table service in the…
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Royal Worcester The Roanoke pattern was designed by C.B. Simmonds, who was Art Director at Royal Worcester in 1935. The pattern was first introduced during the austerity period in the 1940’s, when patterned china was produced only for export. It…
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Duralex

Every day and always creators of the “original French tumbler” The Picardie tumbler has become truly emblematic of French style, like the beret or striped sailor shirt. Its easily identifiable curved shape has often been cast in the feature films,…
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Corpo

Perfect for any occasion Villeroy & Boch has been providing premium porcelain dinnerware since 1748 Villeroy & Boch Corpo impresses catering professionals with its comprehensive range of pieces, which feature simple, smooth pieces perfect for professional, minimalist establishments. The elegant…
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