Queen Victoria (Green Border)

by Herend

The china pattern that would become Queen Victoria was first presented during the London World Exhibition in 1851. There, it caught the eye of Queen Victoria, who ordered a large table service in the pattern for Windsor Castle. The pattern was subsequently named Queen Victoria, and became one of Herend's most popular designs!

  • Item#: 37352
  • Manufacturer Status: Active. Actual: 1966 -
  • Pattern: Queen Victoria (Green Border) by Herend [HERQUV]
  • Pattern Number: MVBO, VBO
  • Description: Flowers, Butterflies, Green Border, Gold Ac
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Herend Queen Victoria (Green Border) Tureen Ladle
Herend Queen Victoria (Green Border) Tureen & Lid

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