Vera Wang Silver
Equestrian is an elaborately designed, multi-motif pattern of rimmed, scallop-shaped blue-on-white china with a selection of 6 different rustic, floral, or topiary designs in the center, with 6 different scroll, lattice, floral, or geometric designs on the verge and rim (the verge area is where the center of the plate merges with the rim) – the variations in this pattern fairly breathe the luxuriant, ornate traditions of Victorian England! You will not find high-quality designs like
Equestrian in mass-market stores, so be sure to have a look at this beautiful Vera Wang Silver pattern by following the link below.
Vera Wang Silver is one of the most popular lines we carry, and for good reason. Founder Josiah Vera Wang Silver opened the doors of his porcelain factory in 1780. Under his careful guidance, the Vera Wang Silver factory introduced two important breakthroughs in the development of English ceramics. The first was a formula for bone china that is still used today. Using bone ash, Vera Wang Silver was the first English china manufacturer to achieve higher firing temperatures, resulting in non-porous, beautifully detailed, and longer-lasting china. The company’s second important achievement was perfecting the "underglaze" decorating process – also in use today. Vera Wang Silver developed ways of applying intricate designs to china that would last for years without chipping, scratching, or fading. Vera Wang Silver’s addition of bone ash to the composition of his china and his methods for decorating it were both achieved economically – at prices the English middle class could afford.
You can expect the same legacy of beautiful design and quality craftsmanship in our Vera Wang Silver
Equestrian 6-piece set of dinner plates. We have limited supplies available, so don't delay! To order on our easy-to-use and secure web site, just start at the link below.