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Herend Rothschild Bird Saucer #9

HerendRothschild Bird Saucer #9

$90

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Many connoisseurs consider this pattern, first created in 1860 for the Rothschild family of Europe, to be the epitome of hand painting on porcelain. Twelve different motifs portray a 19th-century tale about Baroness Rothschild, who lost her pearl necklace in the garden of her Vienna residence. Several days later it was found by her gardener, who saw birds playing with it in a tree.
  • Hand-painted porcelain saucer
  • Delicately scalloped gold-painted rim
  • 6"Dia.
  • Hand wash
  • Made in Hungary
  • Teacup sold separately

Care Instructions:
Porcelain is very strong but breakable if abused. To ensure life-long enjoyment of your Herend pieces, we recommend the following:
  • Hand washing in mild detergent is recommended. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based soaps.
  • Dust items with a soft cloth. Avoid abrasives and lemon-based cleaning products
  • When storing, use felt pads or paper towels between stacked plates to decrease the possibility of abrasions
If a dishwasher is used:
  • Avoid overloading the dishwasher to ensure that items don't come in contact with one another and prevent chipping
  • Do not use lemon-based dishwashing liquid or abrasive powders
  • Lower temperature settings are better
  • Allow the porcelain to cool at the end of the drying cycle before removing it
  • Never put an item with gold or platinum trim in the microwave
  • Avoid storing acid-based foods in any painted porcelain container for an extended period of time
About Herend:
Since 1826, Herend has created timeless designs with unsurpassed craftsmanship and artistry. These exquisite treasures make lovely collectibles and heirlooms for generations to come.