Herend Coffee Set for two People
Have you ever enjoy a coffee with somebody from the Herend coffee set for two? If not, you should try it! It is very special experience:)
In Italy, coffee means a chance to share the whole week news with friends or meet new people. There are a lot bars all around here. Though, it is not common to invite your friend for a coffee at home.
But, it is common to take a coffee at home with your partner. When you take a coffe with beloved person, it should be served in the best way with the most beautiful cups. So, with Herend coffee set for two people both of you will be able to enjoy every sip enhanced by the wonderful experience of thin hand-painted porcelain cups.
We are sure you will be amazed by the masterpieces of Herend Porcelain. If you have any questions we would be happy to be at your service.
Herend Coffee Set for two people Queen Victoria VBO
This is Queen Victoria full decoration pattern.
The original set was introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London. It was purchased by Queen Victoria for Windsor Castle and was subsequently named after her.
The pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized butterflies and springs of blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours with green garland on the edge.
Herend Coffee Set for two people Fortuna Rust
Fortuna Rust VBOH is a dramatic, monochromatic variation on Herend’s colorful Queen Victoria pattern. The beauty of the rust presentation is that the subtle nuances of the painter’s brush stroke rise to the surface to lend unusual texture and depth.
Herend Coffee Set for two people Queen Victoria VA
What is perhaps Herend’s most famous pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized butterflies and springs of blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours.
The strong element of the decor is the peony, which derived from China before coming one of the favourite motifs of early European porcelain.
Herend Coffee Set for two people Apponyi Black
A dramatic new rendering of a classic design from Herend of Hungary. The Chinese Bouquet pattern, originally named Apponyi Flowers, was created in 1930 and features lush flowers with 24k gold touches. In addition to other versions, Herend artists developed a bold black coloring.