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THE SHRINE OF BEAUTY – THE PALAIS OF A HUNGARICUM

Herend. This single word has been identified with the Hungarian porcelain-making craftsmanship for nearly two centuries. This little word is not only known in Hungary but in every corner of the world as well. It is present at Windsor Castle, in the homes of American citizens and the palace of the Emperor of Japan, owned by the winners of Formula 1, the Sultan of Brunei and Hollywood actors. It is a Hungaricum, part of Hungary’s national treasures and image.

Palais Herend

1051 Budapest, József Nádor tér 10-11.

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This place is the sanctuary of Herend Porcelain. 500 square meters in the realm of miracles where the materials of outstanding quality, the amazing interior design and the unique lighting provide only a backdrop for the world’s most beautiful porcelain pieces. The world’s largest Herend Brand Store, the three-story flagship store of the Herend Porcelain Manufactory Ltd. is extravagant, phenomenal and up-to-date proving that Herend Porcelain is ageless, eternal and innovative. We not only display the largest range of tens of millions of products in the showcases, but we offer experience at the same time. The Herend Palais embodies the duality of “Tradition and Innovation”, which is also the creed of Herend, in every solution and piece.

Since Herend Porcelain is eternal and engraved on one’s mind. It makes ageless. It leads to addiction. It triggers desire. Beauty can be accepted at any age and time. Simply beautiful. There is no explanation for it as well as for love and affection. Herend Porcelain is indisputably beautiful and brilliant being an ever-shining star in the sky of craft porcelain, unique and magical, no wonder that it has received a sanctuary. We are waiting for you! Be part of the agelessness!

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