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Chinese Zodiac Snake CHRY--15090-0-00 4” L. x 2” W. $450

Prices are subject to change without notice.

January 2013


Peacock VHBMCD05074-0-00 4.25� H. $540

Prices are subject to change without notice.

January 2013


Bird House Box 06066-0-05

3” D. x 4” H. $295

VHB

VHP Prices are subject to change without notice.

January 2013


Just Hatched 05023-0-00

2.25” L. x 2.25” H. $255

SVH

SVHBR2

SVHJ

SVHNM

SVHP

SVHV

SVHV1 Prices are subject to change without notice.

SVHB

January 2013


Giraffe 15756-0-00

4.5” L. x 5” H. $595

SVH

SVHNM

SVHV1 Prices are subject to change without notice.

SVHBR2

SVHJ

SVHP

SVHV

SVHB

January 2013


Chess Pieces

Queen VHNM--15113-0-00

Knight VHNM--15112-0-00

3.25” L. x 8” H. $620

3.75” L. x 6.75” H. $555

King VHNM--15114-0-00 Prices are subject to change without notice.

3.25” L. x 8.75” H. $620

January 2013


Chinese Bouquet Black Sapphire

AB3-X100505-0-00

AB3-X100734-1-00

AB3-X100734-2-00

AB3-X101518-0-00

AB3-X101520-0-00

AB3-X101524-0-00

Rim Soup Plate 8” D. $125 Salad Plate 7.5” D. $95

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Tea Saucer 6” D. $50

Dessert Plate 8.25” D. $110

AB3-X101515-0-00

Teacup 8 OZ. $95

Bread & Butter Plate 6” D. $75 (Not pictured)

Dinner Plate 10.5” D. $140

Service Plate 11” D. $165

AB3-X101527-0-00

January 2013


Chinese Bouquet Black Sapphire

AB3-X100362-0-00

AB3-X100400-0-00

AB3-X100430-0-00

Round Bowl 3.5PT, 7.5” D. $190

Ribbon Tray 15.75” L. x 11” W. $485

Sq.Cake Plate w/Handles 9.5” Sq. $395

AB3-X101002-0-02

AB3-X101101-0-00

AB3-X101181-0-00

Tureen w/ Branch Handles 4 QT., 10” H. $1,805

AB3-X101191-0-00 Triangle Dish 9.5” L. $260

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Platter 17” L. x 12.5” W. $525

Sq. Fruit Dish 11” Sq. $320

AB3-X101605-0-09

Teapot w/ Rose 36 oz. 5.5” H. $320 AB3-X101643-0-00 Covered Sugar w/ Rose 6 oz., 4” H. Creamer 6 oz., 3.5” H. $165 $130

AB3-X101463-0-09

January 2013


Chinese Bouquet Garland Black Sapphire

ASB3US00734-1-00 Tea Saucer 6” D. $45

ASB3US01518-0-00

Salad Plate 7.5” D. $80 (Not pictured)

Prices are subject to change without notice.

ASB3US00734-2-00 Teacup 8 OZ. $85

ASB3US01520-0-00 Dessert Plate 8.25” D. $90

ASB3US01515-0-00

Bread & Butter Plate 6” D. $70

ASB3US01524-0-00 Dinner Plate 10.5” D. $115

ASB3US01527-0-00 Service Plate 11” D. $135

January 2013


Mother and Baby Bunny Kingdom Classic 2013 05391-0-00

5” W. x 4.5” H.

SVHP-B $895

SVHB-V $895 Prices are subject to change without notice.

SVHV1P $895

Limited edition of 50, in gift box.

SVHOR-05391-0-00 $995

January 2013


ReserveCollection

2013

VHSP1915078-0-00 Pineapple Limited edition of 150 3.5” L. x 8.5” H. $1,250

During colonial times, the home was at the center of social life and visiting was the main source of entertainment and communication. Any well-heeled hostess of the day would try to impress her guests and reflect her family’s social position by creating grand displays of food. Consisting of pedestals of treats often drizzled in sugar and intertwined with flowers and porcelain figurines, the lady of the house would try to outdo her social rivals by offering her guests the most lavish welcome she could afford. Often, these lush displays were topped off by a pineapple. Considered a luxury at the time, pineapples were very scare since they were difficult to cultivate domestically and often did not survive the long, ocean voyage. That combined with their natural shape made the pineapple the sought after crown on


top of these extravagant spectacles. Colonial women were so desperate to have this exotic fruit as a guest at their table that middle-class women would often resort to renting it for the day; of course, this was a well-kept secret between merchant and mistress. Only the wealthiest of neighbors could afford to buy the pineapple outright and enjoy its sweet temptation.

With this newest addition to the Reserve Collection, the lady of the house will no longer have to resort to subterfuge to bring a pineapple into the home. While its ranking as an essential for home entertaining may have dwindled, Herend’s version will no doubt still impress guests.


Herend January 2013 Introductions