Herend Porcelain

Since the founding of the Herend Porcelain Manufactory in 1826, it has been making masterpieces keeping its traditions.

The porcelain used to be called ”White Gold” and it was a privilege to own, it was an object of value, a longing for rank. Until the final finishing of the Herend Porcelain, it is still hand-made in Herend to this day.
Herend Porcelain is a Hungaricum, part of the Hungarian Heritage. 

The Herend Porcelain Manufactory, among many other things, has won the title of Imperial and Royal Curier Carrier, projecting international success.
We now have 16,000 different white shapes and 4,000 different painted patterns, for a total of about 64 million different porcelain products.

Porcelain ornaments and tableware are made to the highest standard in Herend. They represent only a few of the success stories of Herend Porcelain at world exhibitions – 1851 and 1862 in London, in Paris in 1867, in Vienna in 1873, in Brussels in 1935 and again in Paris in 1937 – prizes won.
The Herend Porcelain Manufactury survived wars, natural disasters, and global economic crises. This is also a testament to the tradition that we cultivate is enduring!

It is a privilege to know Herend Porcelain in our home! Herend is the heritage of the future, timeless beauty, eternal value!