Lenox ceramic tableware was founded in 1889 by decorator and designer Walter Scott Lenox. The company offered one-of-a-kind pieces made of ivory china. It now offers formal and casual dinnerware sets, flatware, stemware, and home decor. A permanent collection of Lenox tableware is on display in the ... Read More Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and a set finds continuous use at the White House. Butterfly Meadow, one of the most popular Lenox casual porcelain dinnerware patterns, features floral and butterfly patterns in pastel colors; the dinnerware is dishwasher-safe. Opal Innocence, a best-selling fine china pattern popular on wedding registries, features a white vine design on a white background. Place settings of this collection include dishwasher-safe dinner plates, salad/dessert plates, bread and butter plates, teacups, and saucers; pieces can be personalized with up to three letters. Lenox Holiday glassware in fine crystal or optic glass comes in red or green and accented with golden bottoms or accents. Stemware and glassware designed by Kate Spade New York is made of fine crystal and accented with platinum. The various collections feature etched daisies, dots, and other designs and symbols, and include decanters, champagne flutes, shot glasses, and wineglasses. Lenox has supplied quality tableware and decor for more than 120 years and continues to produce new designer dinnerware, glassware, and other tabletop accents made in America.
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