Herend Queen Victoria Lidded Sugar


Herend Queen Victoria  1622 – VBO

The most famous classic Herend pattern since 1851. Herend Queen Victoria, a Chinese-influenced pattern painted with Peony Flowers and Butterflies, demands the skills of Herend’s most talented and experienced painters.

Lidded Sugar with Rose knob

  • Superior quality white porcelain. Strong for everyday use.
  • All hand painted designs by master artisans.
  • Height: 10 cm (4″H)
  • Diameter: 10 cm (4″D)

Excellent Condition – little to no signs use. There is a teeny flake out of the rose finial which is hardly noticeable. Priced accordingly.



1 in stock



Herend’s most Famous Pattern is made up of almost a hundred kinds of stylized Butterflies and Sprigs of Blossom, painted in cheerful and lively colours. The strong element of the décor is the Peony, which derived from China before coming one of the favourite motifs of early European porcelain. The combination of red, blue, purple, yellow and green Butterflies, flowers and sprigs makes a cavalcade of colour, surrounded by a gilt rim that stands for the green of a meadow.

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