To perfect the dinner party is a mighty task, not one to be taken lightly. There is an art of perfectly curating guests, as well as the menu and the services. There is a certain formality to such an affair, and yet conversation should be encouraged to flow as should the entirety of the meal. This undertaking is the delicate task of the host and not one to underestimated.
Herend porcelain is a perfect accoutrement to such an evening. The dinner services are typically playful, while being serious enough for a formal affair. Their coquettish nature will delight your guests. The Herend brand name is actually a Hungarian one which began in 1826. It is currently the largest porcelain factory in Europe. Herend vintage dinner services can run very pricy and have been sold to royalty around the world. The price range runs across the gamut, however, so everyone can have their own piece of the Herend hand painted collectibles.
‘”At a dinner party one should eat wisely but not too well, and talk well but not too wisely.”
-W. Somerset Maugham
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