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Herend Queen Victoria Dinnerware

The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.
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Available for Backorder
Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
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Grouped product items
Selection
Queen Victoria 6oz. Creamer
Queen Victoria Service Plate
Queen Victoria Dessert Plate
Queen Victoria 2 Quart Tureen with Lemon
$1,645.00
Queen Victoria Rectangular Covered Butter Dish
$465.00
Queen Victoria Small Square Bowl
Queen Victoria Small Square Bowl Available for Backorder
$415.00
Queen Victoria Salad Plate
Queen Victoria Gravy Boat with Stand
Queen Victoria Mug
Queen Victoria Mug Available for Backorder
$210.00
Queen Victoria Tea Cup
Queen Victoria 9.5" Rim Soup
Queen Victoria 15" Platter
Queen Victoria 60oz. Teapot with Rose
Queen Victoria Dinner Plate
Queen Victoria Bread & Butter Plate
Queen Victoria Covered Butter Dish
Queen Victoria Covered Butter Dish Available for Backorder
$370.00
Queen Victoria 36oz. Coffeepot with Rose
$525.00
Queen Victoria Canton Cup
Queen Victoria Canton Cup Available for Backorder
$170.00
Queen Victoria Tea Saucer
Queen Victoria Cream Soup Cup
Queen Victoria Cream Soup Cup Available for Backorder
$290.00
Queen Victoria 10oz. Creamer
Some Items Available for Backorder
Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
Call us at 1-800-793-6670 or send us a message for more information
More Information
Material Porcelain
SKU group-queenvictoria-dinnerware
Details & Care Hand washing in mild detergent is preferred and recommended. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based soaps
The original set, introduced in 1851 at the First World Exhibition in London, was purchased by Queen Victoria herself. Subsequently named for her, this pattern demands the skills of Herend's most talented and experienced painters.