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Originally introduced in 1851 for the first World Exhibition in London, this graceful tableware was purchased by Queen Victoria for Windsor Castle and subsequintly named after her. The Victoria pattern has beautifully refined botanical images, adorned with butterflies, which are hand-painted by the master painters at Herend in Hungary. An array of bold and joyful colours are used in this range of porcelain tableware, bringing the beautifully captured images to life. The Herend Victoria range would be a delightful choice for an afternoon tea or perhaps an elegant and cheerful dinner table.
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