Golden Laurel

Herend Golden Laurel China

Herend Golden Laurel China was originally created for use at Buda Castle (also known as the Royal Palace) during the reign of Francis Joseph I who was Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary. Initially created in the 1870s, Herend Golden Laurel consisted of a golden laurel wreath branch and bore the monogram of Francis Joseph as well as the Hungarian Crown.

Hand washing in mild dish detergent is recommended. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based soaps.

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