In this geometric bone china pattern, repeating rectangles - one nestled in the other - make their way around the rim of each piece. Likewise, Murray Hill is named after a residential enclave nestled in Manhattan just south of Grand Central Terminal.
First introduced in 1915, Westchester is distinctive for an opulent gold border, rarely seen on china today. The elaborate gold etching evokes the grandeur of an era of privately commissioned china services, rich with exquisite design and detail.
A white-on-white embossed design on the Lenox® Tribeca® Dinnerware Collection distinguishes this classic pattern. The design resembles a white picket fence, giving each piece a geometric yet homey feel.
This remarkably beautiful china coffee pot features vivid red accents and 24 karat gold banding. Serving guests from this stunning vessel is sure to elevate any occasion, even a simple get-together with friends.