Top 20 Best-Selling Lenox Patterns!
Lenox China is a great American success story. It was founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox as “The Lenox Ceramic Pottery Company.” Born in 1859, Lenox was named for the nineteenth-century Scottish writer, Sir Walter Scott. Lenox grew up in Trenton, NJ, the “Staffordshire of America” of its time. With excellent transportation and good sources of fuel and clay, the state capital of New Jersey became the nation’s leading center for ceramics production. Lenox first organized his company as an art studio, producing one-of-a-kind pieces for a select market. By 1897, examples of the company’s work were displayed at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. By the end of the 20th century, about half the china set on dinner tables in this country was made by Lenox. These best-selling Lenox patterns are gorgeous – browse and enjoy!
1 - Poppies On Blue (For The Blue) by Lenox
Lenox Poppies On Blue (For The Blue) is not only our most popular Lenox pattern, it’s also one of the most popular china patterns we carry! Featuring a lovely floral design which pairs well with a variety of silver, crystal, and linens, this is a fabulous pattern.
2 - Holiday (Dimension) by Lenox
First produced in 1974, Lenox Holiday (Dimension) has become a mainstay of many holiday tables and decorations. This pattern is crafted in the world-famous Lenox cream-colored porcelain, with festive green holly designs and iridescent red holly berries. Click the link above for a great selection of Holiday (Dimension) pieces at great prices – it’s always a good time to prepare for holiday entertaining!
3 - Brookdale by Lenox
It’s easy to see why Brookdale by Lenox is a best-seller! Pieces in this pattern are adorned with a subtle garland of white flowers and green leaves; the classic ivory background and platinum trim adds to its stately elegance. Brookdale is a beautiful pattern that works well for any dining occasion!
4 - Moonspun by Lenox
Elegant, stylish, and sophisticated, Moonspun’s popularity is evidenced by the fact that the pattern was produced by Lenox for many years (from 1968 to 1995). This grand pattern features an ivory-colored porcelain body which is decorated with a delicate white rose lace design and exquisite platinum trim.
5 - Weatherly by Lenox
Weatherly is an excellent example of the stately grandeur embodied by many of the most popular Lenox china patterns. This scalloped, cream-colored china features a striking embossed swirl design accented by dazzling platinum trim. Click on the link above to take a look at all the Weatherly pieces we have in stock!
6 - Autumn (Newer, Gold Backstamp) by Lenox
The original Lenox Autumn design was first introduced in 1918, and the pattern remains popular today. Autumn (Newer, Gold Backstamp) is adorned with an intricate floral and geometric design, further accented by raised enameled elements and gold trim. With its bright color palette and elaborate design, Autumn is a marvelous addition to any table.
7 - Eternal by Lenox
The Eternal pattern by Lenox China is made from ivory porcelain, and is trimmed with a wide band of striking gold. The simple gold bands that encircle Lenox Eternal pieces are symbolic of the wedding band, which is meant to represent an unbroken (or eternal) bond. Because of this symbolism, the Eternal pattern has become one of Lenox’s most popular patterns for newlyweds.
8 - Castle Garden by Lenox
Lenox Castle Garden has become a modern classic! This beautiful design features an ivory body that is adorned with gold trim and a subtle floral design that is perfectly balanced against meandering scrolls. The bold shapes of Lenox's Castle Garden are accented with a warm palette of greens, pinks, yellows, and purples. Check the link above to browse a great selection of Castle Garden pieces.
9 - Windsong by Lenox
Lenox Windsong is a beautiful pattern that features cool blue flowers contrasted with a translucent ivory body. Each piece in the Windsong pattern is trimmed in glistening platinum and features a modern European shape. This distinctive pattern captures the essence of Lenox China’s tableware artistry.
10 - Montclair by Lenox
The elegant Montclair pattern by Lenox features an ivory-colored porcelain body that is accented with bands of platinum trim. Montclair's stylish design adorns Lenox China's Presidential shape. The introduction of this shape coincides with Lenox's production of President Woodrow Wilson's state china in 1918. Over the years, Montclair has become an American favorite.
11 - Westchester by Lenox
First produced in 1915 (and still in production almost a century later!), Lenox Westchester features a spectacular, golden encrusted design accented with exquisite gold trim. The enchanting design of Westchester will complement your other tableware to set an unforgettable table – this is a terrific year-round pattern.
12 - Kingsley by Lenox
The Kingsley pattern is a fantastic representation of Lenox’s commitment to excellence. This chic mid-century pattern, produced from 1954 to 1979, features an eye-catching floral design, an elegant color palette, and platinum trim. Kingsley is a pattern that will fit beautifully amongst both modern and vintage tablescapes.
13 - Charleston by Lenox
Traditional-shaped china festooned with floral elements, scrolls, and geometric designs, Lenox Charleston is a wonderful pattern for year-round dining and entertaining. This is also a fantastic pattern for gift-giving, sure to be enjoyed for years to come!
14 - Springdale by Lenox
The designers at Lenox outdid themselves when they created the stunning Springdale pattern. This exquisite design includes a charming and cheerful floral design, accented with stylish platinum trim. With this pattern, it’s easy to imagine wowing guests with eye-catching tablescapes!
15 - Solitaire by Lenox
Solitaire is high-quality porcelain crafted in Lenox's trademark ivory dinnerware color in the distinctive Dimension shape and accented with platinum trim. Like many of the other Top 20 Lenox patterns, this is an extremely versatile pattern that’s at home on any table.
16 - Rhodora by Lenox
Produced from 1939 to 1982, Lenox Rhodora features an exquisite rose and rose-leaf design complemented by dazzling gold trim. Rhodora is so stylish and versatile that it’s perfect for mixing and matching with other tableware patterns to create a stunning effect!
17 - Lace Point by Lenox
Lace Point by Lenox features a delicate floral design, an alluring color palette, and platinum trim - you'll love the way this pattern looks on your table! Lace Point will look great year-round, with a wide range of decors and tableware. Pieces from this pattern also make impressive gifts for any occasion.
18 - Rutledge by Lenox
Rutledge by Lenox is alluring fine ivory china featuring boldly colored floral sprays accented with raised enameling, and embossed fluted elements. Browse our complete selection of Rutledge pieces by following the link above – once you’ve had a look at these pieces, you’ll understand why this pattern has enjoyed such great popularity!
19 - Tuxedo by Lenox
Lenox Tuxedo showcases a stately, elegant design of gold accents against an ivory backdrop. This is a wonderful pattern for formal tables. Tuxedo is both beautiful and versatile, so be sure to browse our fantastic selection in this enchanting pattern at the link above.
20 - McKinley by Lenox
Lenox’s McKinley was produced between 1984 and 2005 and combines a majestic geometric design with raised enameled dots and gold trim to create an elegant design that’s timeless. It’s no wonder McKinley remains one of our most popular Lenox patterns.
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