Grace your formal dining table with a pattern first introduced in 1918 featuring a grand floral scroll motif. This white bone china beautifully trimmed in platinum will fill your gathering with majestic ambiance.
Dinnerware features an India-inspired paisley that combines rich bright colors and an intricately detailed pattern to weave a beautiful tapestry. Dinnerware will be an elegant addition to any table setting.
Originally introduced by Lenox® in 1918, Autumn® is still one of the most popular patterns in America today. The ivory fine china pattern combines graceful and intricate artistry, a beautiful floral motif and the jeweled colors of autumn flowers.
Republic® is inspired by the Chippendale style, which flourished in the golden age of design in the 18th century. A graceful herringbone design and scroll and leaf motif re-create the harmony and symmetry of that era.
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.
Lenox® Pearl Innocence™ brings romance to the table with this traditional pattern that evokes timeless elegance. A micaceous background frames graceful floral artistry in this tone-on-tone design accented by hand with pearl-white enamel dots.
For a contemporary look, Lenox blends creamy ivory china with a full frosted border in a rich cafe au lait hue. The combination of ivory fine china and rims of precious platinum is so tasteful and sophisticated, it will never go out of style.
This casual dinnerware from Dansk® offers pristine white porcelain with soft friendly rounded shapes that creates a solid white base from which you can explore the many possibilities of Lotta colors and patterns.