Editor's Pick: Rothschild Bird China

| December/January 2011

  • www.herendusa.com

Rothschild Bird by Herend, about $100 to $400

Sometimes we fall in love with things somewhat beyond our reach. Such is the case with these lovely, pricey pieces of Herend china, found in our soup story. These scallop-edged porcelain plates were first designed in 1850 for the Baroness Rothschild, after she misplaced a pearl necklace and later discovered a group of birds playing with it in a tree. www.herend.com/en and www.herendusa.com

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