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Set of 12 Herend Fortuna Cups and Saucers Painted with Butterflies and Flowers
By Herend
Located in Boston, MA
This is a wonderful set of twelve Herend Fortuna cups and saucers hand-painted with blue butterflies and flowers on a white ground. These cups would be perfect to use for either tea ...
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1990s Hungarian Romantic Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Herend Cornucopia TCA Chocolate Cup and Saucer 712
By Herend
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Herend Cornucopia (TCA) chocolate cup and saucer, Hungary #712. Hungarian vintage Herend porcelain chocolate cup and saucer. Hand-painted with one of Herend's most magnificent patter...
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Late 20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Hungary Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 10 Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend Hungary porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 10 cups and saucers Herend Hungary porcelain 10 cups and saucers, # 708 The saucers measurements are 12.5 cm diagonal and 2.5...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" 10 Mocha Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" 10 mocha cups and saucers 10 mocha cups and saucers, numbered with 707/AV The saucers measurements are 14 cm diagonal The cups...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Two Herend Coffee Cups with Saucers in Hand Painted Porcelain, 1950s
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Two Herend coffee cups with saucers in hand painted porcelain. Purple flowers and gold decoration, 1950s. The coffee cup measures: 6.5 x 5 cm. The saucer measures: 11.5 cm. In ver...
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Vintage 1950s Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Cornucopia 'TCA' Tea Cup and Saucer #1726
By Herend
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Herend Cornucopia (TCA) tea cup, Hungary #1726. Measures: Cup 3 1/2" dia, saucer 5 1/3". Condition: Brand new, comes from closed out store. Excellent without any damage or repair....
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Late 20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

  • Herend Cornucopia 'TCA' Tea Cup and Saucer #1726
  • Herend Cornucopia 'TCA' Tea Cup and Saucer #1726
  • Herend Cornucopia 'TCA' Tea Cup and Saucer #1726
  • Herend Cornucopia 'TCA' Tea Cup and Saucer #1726
H 2.17 in. Dm 5.32 in. L 2.17 in.
Set of 12 Herend Porcelain Covered Chocolate Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in New York, NY
These cup and saucers are all in mint condition. Beutifully decorated in white porcelain with strawbery on top and basket weave patern on the body and saucers with gold rims. Herend ...
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Mid-20th Century Hungarian Rococo Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herends Cornucopia 'TCA' Coffee Cup and Saucer #1727
By Herend
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Herend Cornucopia (TCA) coffee cup and saucer, Hungary #1727. Hungarian vintage Herend porcelain coffee cup and saucer. Hand-painted with one of Herend's most magnificent pattern "Tu...
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Late 20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Hungary Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 8 Tea Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend Hungary porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 8 tea cups and saucers Herend Hungary porcelain 8 tea cups and saucers #724/AP The saucers measurements are 14 cm diag...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Hungary Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 10 Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend Hungary porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Raspberry" 10 cups and saucers Herend Hungary porcelain 10 cups and saucers #709 The saucers measurements are 11.5 cm diagonal an...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" 11 Mocca Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" 11 Mocca coffee cups and saucers Herend Hungary porcelain 11 cups and 13 saucers In total 10 sets complete The saucers measurements are 11 ...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend "Clownfish" Hand Painted Hungarian Porcelain Coffee Cup and Saucer
By Herend
Located in Cagliari, IT
Gorgeus hand painted Herend with a decoration of Anemonefish or Clownfish "Ocellaris clownfish". Since 1826, Herend's factory has been one of the most famous centres for the product...
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2010s Hungarian Modern Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend "Clownfish" Hand-Painted Hungarian Porcelain Coffee Cup and Saucer
By Herend
Located in Cagliari, IT
Gorgeous hand-painted Herend with a decoration of Anemonefish or Clownfish. Since 1826, Herend's factory has been one of the most famous centres for the production of hand-painted p...
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2010s Hungarian Modern Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Hungary Porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" Soup Cups and Saucers
By Herend
Located in Delft, NL
Herend Hungary porcelain "Chinese Bouquet Apponyi Green" soup cups and saucers A set of 12 soup cups and saucers with rose knob lid Herend porcelain from Hungary, 1960s-1970s ...
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20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend "Chinese Bouquet", Two Coffee Cups with Saucers and Sugar / Cream Set
Located in Copenhagen, Denmark
Herend "Chinese bouquet". Two coffee cups with saucers and sugar / cream set in porcelain with gold decoration and green flowers, mid-20th century. The sugar bowl measures: 11.5 x 9...
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Mid-20th Century Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Tea Cup with Saucer
By Herend
Located in Budapest, HU
We ship this item worldwide for 20 USD with insurance. Shipping usually takes 5-10 business days. Manufacturer: Herend Porcelain Manufactory (Hungary) Quality: Handpainted, 1st...
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Vintage 1980s Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Tea Cup with Saucer
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Tea Cup with Saucer
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Tea Cup with Saucer
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Tea Cup with Saucer
H 3.15 in. W 3.94 in. D 2.76 in.
Herend Queen Victoria Coffee Cup with Saucer, circa 1970
By Herend
Located in Budapest, HU
We ship this item worldwide for 20 USD with insurance. Shipping usually takes 5-10 business days. Manufacturer: Herend Porcelain Manufactory (Hungary) Quality: Handpainted, 1st...
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Vintage 1970s Hungarian Porcelain

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Porcelain

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Herend Cups And Saucers For Sale on 1stDibs

An assortment of herend cups and saucers is available at 1stDibs. The range of distinct herend cups and saucers — often made from ceramic and porcelain — can elevate any home. We have 11 antique and vintage herend cups and saucers in-stock, while there are 2 modern editions to choose from as well. Herend cups and saucers have long been popular, with older editions for sale from the 20th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Herend cups and saucers bearing Modern hallmark is very popular at 1stDibs. Herend cups and saucers have been a part of the life’s work for many furniture makers, but those produced by Herend are consistently popular.

How Much are Herend Cups And Saucers?

Herend cups and saucers can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price at 1stDibs is $928, while the lowest priced sells for $200 and the highest can go for as much as $2,830.

Herend Biography and Important Works

Herend Porcelain occupies a singular place in the world of luxury European ceramics. The firm's distinctive patterns are visually striking, and notably different from those of other major porcelain producers like Meissen or Sèvres. Whereas the latter tend to feature discrete decorative elements that appear to float on a white ground, Herend favors large, bold designs incorporating historical scenes, animals or vegetation.

Vince Stingl established what would become the Herend Porcelain Manufactory in 1826 in the town of Herend, Hungary, to produce earthenware. When he went bankrupt in the late 1830s, Mór Fischer, who took over, switched the focus from earthenware to porcelain to take advantage of the growing European market for fine china. By 1849, Herend counted among its clients members of the Habsburg dynasty and the Hungarian aristocracy. Thanks to its participation in several important international exhibitions and fairs—including the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in London, the 1853 Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations in New York and the 1855 Exposition Universelle in Paris—its wares became a popular choice for courtly dining in the middle of the 19th century, and its patrons included Francis Joseph I of Austria and Queen Victoria of England, for whom its Viktória pattern was named.

The company foundered in the latter half of the 19th century under the leadership of Fischer’s two sons. But it was given new life, artistically and financially, when Fischer’s grandson, Jenő Farkasházy, himself a trained ceramist, took the helm around 1900. Farkasházy designed new patterns and revived classic ones. After World War II, Herend was nationalized by the Communist government, but kept alive its tradition of skilled craftsmanship by continuing to produce its classic patterns. In 1993, after the fall of the Iron Curtain, the factory was privatized once again and today is owned by its management and workers.

Herend’s animal figurines, like this grouping of white rabbits, are often covered head to toe with the factory’s famed “fish-scale” pattern, also known as Vieux Herend, which produces the effect of a dense coat of feathers or fur. The fish-scale pattern also appears on this chocolate cup and saucer decorated in the Cornucopia pattern.

Finding the Right Porcelain for You

Today you’re likely to bring out your antique and vintage porcelain in order to dress up your dining table for a special meal.

Porcelain, a durable and nonporous kind of pottery made from clay and stone, was first made in China and spread across the world owing to the trade routes to the Far East established by Dutch and Portuguese merchants. Given its origin, English speakers called porcelain “fine china,” an expression you still might hear today. "Fine" indeed — for over a thousand years, it has been a highly sought-after material.

Meissen Porcelain, one of the first factories to create real porcelain outside Asia, popularized figurine centerpieces during the 18th century in Germany, while works by Capodimonte, a porcelain factory in Italy, are synonymous with flowers and notoriously hard to come by. Modern porcelain houses such as Maison Fragile of Limoges, France — long a hub of private porcelain manufacturing — keep the city’s long tradition alive while collaborating with venturesome contemporary artists such as illustrator Jean-Michel Tixier.

Porcelain is not totally clumsy-guest-proof, but it is surprisingly durable and easy to clean. Its low permeability and hardness have rendered porcelain wares a staple in kitchens and dining rooms as well as a common material for bathroom sinks and dental veneers. While it is tempting to store your porcelain behind closed glass cabinet doors and reserve it only for display, your porcelain dinner plates and serving platters can safely weather the “dangers” of the dining room and be used during meals.

On 1stDibs, browse an expansive collection of antique and vintage porcelain made in a variety of styles, including Regency, Scandinavian modern and other examples produced during the mid-century era, plus Rococo, which found its inspiration in nature and saw potters crafting animal figurines and integrating organic motifs such as floral patterns in their work.