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Herend
 
‘Queen Victoria – VBO’ Pattern Part Dinner Service

$8,000.00


Artist
Herend

Title
‘Queen Victoria – VBO’ Pattern Part Dinner Service

Medium
Porcelain

Signed
Maker’s mark stamped on underside with 520-0-00/VBO

Dimensions
15in w Largest (oval tray)

Provenance
• an important private collection, Far Hills, NJ

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    Herend

    Comprising:
    – 1 reticulated shallow bowl (13.25in d)
    – 1 reticulated square dish (9.5in w x 9.5in d)
    – 2 reticulated circular dishes
    – 1 scalloped oval tray (15in w)
    – 1 scalloped rectangular dish (7in w)
    – 2 footed sauceboats (3.75in h x 9.5in w)
    – 1 circular two-handle rocaille cake plate (13in w)
    – 1 covered two-handle tureen (8.5 h x 13 w x 8 d)
    – 1 covered teapot (8in h x 8in w)
    – 1 cream jug (2.5h x 5.5in w)
    – 1 covered sugar bowl (4in h x 5in w)
    – 12 soup bowls (8.25in d)
    – 12 salad plates (8.25in d)
    – 12 dinner plates (10.25in d)
    – 12 dessert plates (7.5in d)
    – 12 teacups (2in h x 5 in w)

    Considered to be Herend’s most famous pattern, the “Queen Victoria” design was first exhibited at the World’s Fair in London in 1851. Celebrated for is array of beautifully hand-painted butterflies, peony and floral elements, the design caught the attention of Queen Victoria, who purchased a table service for Windsor Castle. Due to its popularity, the design is still in production today.