The history of the brand
The porcelain company Herend was born in 1826 in Hungary and soon achieved international success so much that it was noticed by Queen Victoria. She ordered a set of porcelain Herend with peonies and butterflies which from then on was called Queen Victoria. This attracted the attention of other royal families, unleashing a contest of elegance and prestige among the nobles. Herend it gained fame and success, so much so that it became the official supplier of the English royal family. The styles used on porcelain Herend they are imperial and ozier: the first recalls the way of painting of the first half of the nineteenth century with flowers as the main motif of the object and lines that twist around it. The second is a way of creating a small border on the ceramic on which you can paint or affix some reliefs. The ceramics Herend they are used for any type of object, from tea sets to trays and vases.
The design has a strong oriental influence which stands out i Fiori Rosa . The alternation of the white or black background allows you to interpret the table according to your taste
Each decorative motif such as Fiori Verdi they are made freehand by one of the approximately 800 painters of the manufacture. Their extraordinary skill makes these porcelain objects unique masterpieces and pure poetry for lovers of beauty
This collection comes from an anecdote of the Rothschild family in which the baroness believed she had lost a necklace but which she later found in the garden guarded by two Uccellini on a tree branch