Fortuna Dessert Plate Blue Herend Bonadea
Fortuna Dessert Plate Blue
Fortuna Dessert Plate Blue Herend Bonadea
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Fortuna Dessert Plate Blue

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£130.00
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Editor's Note

Exuding timeless beauty and sophistication, the Herend Fortuna Blue dessert plate will become a treasured addition for years to come.

An ode to the floral motif that underpins the iconic Queen Victoria dinnerware, Fortuna Blue showcases a monochromatic play on the historical pattern instantly bringing a fresh dimension to the dinner table.

Each plate is crafted and painted in Hungary by Herend’s master artisans and finished with accents of 24-karat gold. The delicate hand-painted flowers and butterflies flutter across the pure white porcelain, with the blue hues lending unique texture and depth to the striking piece.

A masterclass in exquisite design and craftsmanship, this plate will delight the senses.

Details

Dimensions:

Ø 21 cm

Material: 

Porcelain, 24 karat gold

Brand:

Herend

Need to know:

Handmade in Hungary

The Designer

Herend has been creating unique, hand-made and hand-painted pieces of luxury porcelain with unsurpassed craftsmanship and artistry for nearly 200 years.

The Herend manufactory, at the foot of Hungary’s Bakony Hills, was founded in 1826 by Vince Stingl. From 1839 under the direction of Mór Fischer de Farkasházy, Herend produced dinnerware replacement pieces for Europe's Royal families to complement their valuable porcelain patterns from the Far East.

Fischer's innovation and high standards for execution quickly placed Herend on the map, and soon the manufactory's artists began designing dinnerware patterns of their own. Some of these dinner services would go on to be exhibited internationally, including at both the Vienna Exhibition of 1845 and London's Great exhibition of 1851. 

Queen Victoria’s 1851 purchase of a large set for Windsor Castle was a milestone, and Herend was quickly required to produce unique designs for aristocrats throughout Europe.

Their best-known patterns are named after some of their most prestigious clients: Queen Victoria, Esterhazy, Batthyani, Rothschild and Apponyi.

Herend’s history of excellence continues today, and their exquisite hand-painted pieces have become heirlooms for generations to come.

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