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    Herend Little Goose w/ Golden Egg Cobalt
    Herend Little Goose w/ Golden Egg Cobalt $475

    Herend Reserved Collection Limited Edition. From Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. each is a limited edition.This coloration is exclusively at Scully & Scully during this introductory period. 2 ¼” x 1 ¾” x 4”h

    $475
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    Herend Pig Cobalt
    Herend Pig Cobalt $485

    From the Herend Reserve Collection. Handmade and handpainted with 24 karat gold accents in Hungary. This coloration is exclusively at Scully & Scully during this introductory period. Measures 3 ¼” x 1 38” x 1 78”h

    $485
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    Herend Elephant Cobalt
    Herend Elephant Cobalt $520

    Herend Reserved Collection Limited Edition. From Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. each is a limited edition.This coloration is exclusively at Scully & Scully during this introductory period. 3” x 2” x 3 ½”h

    $520
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    Herend Scratching Bunny Cobalt
    Herend Scratching Bunny Cobalt $605

    Herend Reserved Collection Limited Edition. From Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. each is a limited edition.This coloration is exclusively at Scully & Scully during this introductory period. 2 38” x 1 78” x 3”h

    $605
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    Herend Reserve Collection Bluebird on Sunflower
    Herend Reserve Collection Bluebird on Sunflower $1,210

    On a beautiful summer’s day, a striking new fishnet color makes its world-wide debut. The bluebird is proud to be the first to model black sapphire – a combination of a new blue color called sapphire offset by black. As the bluebird ambassador flies from corner to corner sharing his news, word spreads quickly and the normally busy summer landscape stops to take a peek. The sunflower pauses its tracking of the sun as it marches across the sky and the ladybug crawls in for a closer look. Limited edition size of 100. 5 ½" x 4 ¾" x 8 ½"h.

    $1,210
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    Herend Reserve Collection Toucan
    Herend Reserve Collection Toucan $1,285

    Also described as the “rainbow-billed” toucan, these birds are gregarious in both coloration and behavior. Known for croak-like calls that can be heard a ½ mile away, keel-billed toucans like to be social and playful and are considered one of the noisiest birds in the jungle. While this South American bird reflects the effervescence of his native land, his aerial acrobatics cannot be described as having any Latin rhythm. Keel-bill toucans are notoriously awkward fliers and prefer to hop- perhaps to better show off their lovely blue pedicure. The hallmark of the toucan is their colorful bill and yet the origin of its unusual size (it can be almost as big as the bird) and color are not fully understood. Some experts propose the beak is used for thermoregulation. Others theorize that the beak may intimidate smaller birds or it allows the toucans to exploit a feeding niche by being able to pluck fruit off of branches too small to bear their weight. What is known is that while the bills appear heavy- they are actually hollow and lightweight and made out of thin rods of bone and keratin. Limited Edition Size 250. (5.5"L X 6.75"H)

    $1,285
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    Herend Reserve Collection Swirl Hen
    Herend Reserve Collection Swirl Hen $1,335

    While the hands are busy, the artistic mind wanders to dreams of a variation on a theme of fishnet. Not quite a revolt, but after 153 years of painting the fishnet pattern, the creative team at Herend wanted to spread their wings. A chance to make a change at once both subtle and bold where a quick glance would still reflect the rhythmic pattern of fishnet but further scrutiny would reveal an altered state. Similar to the way the internal mirrors of a kaleidoscope adjust reality and reflect things back in a new geometric fashion, the artists at Herend pushed fishnet to the furthest corners of their imagination to see what they could find. Many new patterns were created and two were deemed dramatic enough to make their debut. It was a rooster figurine in 1858 which first enticed a painter to dress a figurine in Herend’s signature fishnet pattern. Of course, the ensuing fame only added to the rooster’s bravado around the farmyard. With word of two new patterns making their grand entrance in 2011, the long-suffering hens marched on the manufactory and demanded equal time in the spotlight. They are proud to feature one of their own in a dramatic debut of swirls and curls and kaleidoscope dreams. Limited Edition 100. (5"L X 7.25"H)

    $1,335
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    Herend Reserve Collection Giant Clam Blue
    Herend Reserve Collection Giant Clam Blue $1,810

    If not for a shell, the beauty of porcelain would be known by a completely different name. In fact, it was Marco Polo who forever linked the two together. In his book Il Milione, also known as The Travels of Marco Polo, the famous Venetian trader compared the fascinating lustrous sheen of the Chinese ceramic he discovered in the Far East to that of the mother-of-pearl surface of a cowrie shell. At the time, the cowrie shell was well-known since it was used as currency in many parts of Asia, Africa and India and in the old Italian language it went by the term “porcellana”. Marco Polo’s book was a huge best seller by 14th century standards and was widely distributed in Europe and, as result, the word porcellana became synonymous with this intriguing new discovery from China. How fitting, therefore, that seven centuries later, the Herend manufactory is paying homage to the link between shells and porcelain by immortalizing the world’s largest bivalve mollusk. A native of the south pacific and Indian Ocean, the giant clam can grow to be 4 feet long and over 500lbs. Their size is attributed to a steady diet of the sugars and proteins produced by the millions of algae living in the clam’s tissue. While Herend’s interpretation is not quite that healthy, it does highlight the pearlized surface that first drove Marco Polo’s comparison. Below the shiny core is a base of blue fishnet with 24K gold highlights. Limited Edition Size 250. (8"L X 10.25"W)

    $1,810
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    Herend Reserve Collection Twirl Rooster
    Herend Reserve Collection Twirl Rooster $1,960

    While the hands are busy, the artistic mind wanders to dreams of a variation on a theme of fishnet. Not quite a revolt, but after 153 years of painting the fishnet pattern, the creative team at Herend wanted to spread their wings. A chance to make a change at once both subtle and bold where a quick glance would still reflect the rhythmic pattern of fishnet but further scrutiny would reveal an altered state. Similar to the way the internal mirrors of a kaleidoscope adjust reality and reflect things back in a new geometric fashion, the artists at Herend pushed fishnet to the furthest corners of their imagination to see what they could find. Many new patterns were created and two were deemed dramatic enough to make their debut. He is certainly proud enough to carry the premiere on his shoulders and, yet, it wasn’t just his cocky countenance that made the rooster the obvious choice for the kaleidoscope treatment. Rather, it was an ability to close the circle since it was a long-lost relative, a rooster figurine in 1858, which first enticed a painter to dress a figurine in Herend’s signature fishnet pattern. Limited Edition 100. (6.25"L X 9.25"H)

    $1,960
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    Herend Reserve Collection Four-Color Fishnet Standing Parrot
    Herend Reserve Collection Four-Color Fishnet Standing Parrot $2,055

    This parrot stands 10” tall and proudly shows off his colorful feathers painted in the symphonic fishnet style: a unique combination of yellow, orange, blue and green. Limited Edition Size 250. (10"H)

    $2,055
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    Herend Reserve Collection Weather Vane
    Herend Reserve Collection Weather Vane $2,095

    A strong north wind blows in Herend today and the locals say this means cold weather is coming. While modern technology may end up providing a different weather report, the rooster is merely doing what he has been doing since the 9th century AD when a papal edict stipulated that each church must be adorned by a cockerel. Since many church steeples already featured a weather vane, it was a natural step for the rooster to become the default weather vane motif. While his traditional copper coloration is nothing new for a weather vane, it is the first time a Herend figurine has been painted in this fishnet color (with additional drama provided by the new blue, sapphire, on the wings, tail-feathers and base). However, contrary to his brethren in the field, the patina of Herend’s weather vane will never change with oxidation and his heart remains forever porcelain. Limited edition size of 100. 7 ¾" x 4 ½" x 13 ½"h.

    $2,095
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    Herend Reserve Collection Buddha
    Herend Reserve Collection Buddha $2,205

    Meaning “The Awakened" or “Enlightened One,” Buddha was the title given to Siddhartha Gautama, believed to have lived 563-483 B.C. According to legend, Gautama left a life of luxury at age 29 and devoted himself to years of contemplation and self-denial, finally reaching enlightenment while meditating beneath a tree. Henceforth, he spent his life teaching his beliefs and achievement of the enlightened state of Nirvana. Herend’s Reserve Collection Buddha is modeled after a smaller version sculpted in 1937 by Kata Gacser. The chinoiserie design decorating Buddha’s robe was created in 1996 to symbolize autumn, with its glorious colors of nature offset by a sense of mourning over the pending harshness of winter. The skills of eighteen Herend craftspeople are required to create each piece, which takes over a day to paint. Limited Edition Size 250 (8.6"H)

    $2,205
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    Herend Reserve Collection Watchful Owl
    Herend Reserve Collection Watchful Owl $2,240

    It isn’t vanity that drives the owl to don his face mask daily; rather, these feathers heighten his sensory perception and allow him to notice the smallest stirrings on the forest floor. Known as a facial disc, the feathers act as a parabola which collects sound waves and directs those to the owl’s ears. Along the same lines, the owl’s mottled feather pattern is more than just decorative and serves to camouflage the owl by allowing him to blend into the branches of a tree. Brought to dramatic new heights by Herend’s painters in a mantle of green, rust, brown and terracotta, the Watchful Owl’s camouflage wings allow this nocturnal bird of prey to become a stealth hunter. During the day, it allows him to get a good day’s rest hidden among the tree branches, undisturbed by scolding songbirds who, under the protection of daylight when an owl is less effective without the element of surprise, will often gang up on an owl to let him know exactly what they think of him (from the safe distance of a branch or two away of course). Limited Edition 250. (6"L X 12"H)

    $2,240
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    Herend Reserve Collection Pair of Parrots
    Herend Reserve Collection Pair of Parrots $2,260

    Raspberry parrot on left 5 ¾” x 3 18” x 6 38”h. Key lime parrot on right 6 ¼” x 3” x 5 ½”h. Limited edition of 50 pairs.

    $2,260
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    Herend Reserve Collection Rothschild Birds
    Herend Reserve Collection Rothschild Birds $2,490

    Suddenly, the garden was devoid of any melodic tunes. A serious tone had overtaken the usually noisy expanse as word spread quickly that the Baroness de Rothschild was missing her pearl necklace. Ignorant of the disturbance, two songbirds are chattering away excitedly about their recent discovery. Once they realize who the rightful owner is, the songbirds will do the honorable thing because they proudly demonstrate their loyalty to the Rothschild household by the dramatically painted pattern on their wings. Their blue, green and brown fish scales have become intertwined with the Rothschild name and story. For the first time, the Rothschild Bird pattern has been rendered in sculptural form. Offering a stylized depiction of the birds, this lovely figurine brings to life the story including the tree that anchors all 12 Rothschild Bird motifs, the colorful buzzing insects as well as the famous pearl necklace. Limited Edition 250. (5"L X 6.5"H)

    $2,490
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    Herend Reserve Collection Peacock
    Herend Reserve Collection Peacock $2,775

    In reality it is a simple courtship display yet the striking fanned plumage of peacocks has fascinated people for thousands of years. From folklore to mythology to the history of a nation (it is the national bird of India), peacocks have both enchanted and drawn suspicion. To the peahen (female peacock), the peacock’s famous train made up of elongated tail “covert” feathers decorated with “ocelli” or eye spots is simply a test to determine the best mate. The greater the number of ocelli, the more attractive she finds the peacock. In ancient Greece, the ornamental eyes had a different significance. According to Greek mythology, the god Zeus was having an affair with the beautiful priestess Io. To hide the affair from his jealous wife, Hera, he turned Io into a cow. Hera, however, was not fooled by this and tricked Zeus into giving her the cow as a gift. Hera then sent her faithful servant Argus to protect the cow and since Argus was covered in one hundred eyes, he made a fine watchman. Zeus in turn dispatched Hermes to release Io from her captivity. Hermes accomplished this by lulling Argus and his many eyes into sleep and then killing him. To honor her faithful watchman, Hera took Argus’ eyes and placed them on the tail of her favorite bird - the peacock. Argus would certainly be proud of how the artists at Herend have immortalized him. Limited Edition 250. (9.75"W X 9.25"H)

    $2,775
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    Herend Reserve Collection Carps at Dragons Gate
    Herend Reserve Collection Carps at Dragons Gate $2,945

    In the Shanxi Province of China, the most spectacular in a series of steep gorges that squeeze the languid Yellow River into a raging torrent is called Dragon’s Gate. It is common for carp to gather there. The name of the gorge arises from the belief that any carp which can surmount the waterfalls in the area will go on to soar into the sky and transform itself into a dragon which is the most powerful and divine creature in all of Chinese mythology. The carp is the only fish with the strength and courage to swim against such rapid currents and therefore it has come to symbolize perseverance and achievement. In fact, the expression “Carp jumping over the Dragon Gate” is often used as a metaphor for students who have passed their examinations. In Feng Shui, carp represent success, prosperity and good fortune. When presented as a pair, the double carp also symbolize harmony and marital bliss. With Herend’s interpretation, the difficulty of the task at hand is aptly conveyed by the angry blue rapids which appear to be reaching up to tear the carp back down. The ornate gold gates with the vivid rust detailing beckon with their promise of good fortune to come. On the carp themselves, the use of the strong rust color contrasted with the gold fishnet captures the energy of the fish and the vibrancy of the sun’s rays cascading off the wet and iridescent fish scales as the carp struggle upstream. Available in a limited edition of 250, the figurine is 7.5” long and 7.25” tall. Limited Edition Size 250. (7.5"L X 7.25"H)

    $2,945
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    Herend Reserve Collection Bison
    Herend Reserve Collection Bison $3,360

    His thick fur makes him impervious to snow and he uses his large head like a snow plow and yet the American bison can achieve speeds of up to 40 MPH. Mother Nature may have made him a highly efficient powerhouse but North America’s largest land mammal has always felt more hulking than handsome – until now. The artists at Herend have beautifully captured his virility and strength and covered it all in a mantle of gold accents and dramatic chocolate fishnet. Next breeding season the cows definitely won’t play so hard-to-get! Limited edition of 250.

    $3,360
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    Herend Reserve Collection: Horse Bust
    Herend Reserve Collection: Horse Bust $3,680

    Quiet dignity, abundant grace and unbridled spirit are adroitly captured in Herend’s porcelain portrayal of one of society’s best-loved animals. Although horses’ earliest contact with man was around 30,000 B.C., domestication wasn’t seen until 3000 B.C. in China where horse-drawn carriages were used in wars. Horses became a popular subject in Roman art, and they gained further recognition by cowboys and American Indians who relied heavily on them for survival. The word “equus” – meaning horse – originated in ancient Greece and means “quickness.” Seventeen craftspeople give form to Herend’s magnificent horse bust, which requires three days to paint. Limited Edition 250. (11.5"L X 11"H)

    $3,680
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    Herend Reserve Collection Carnival Man with Mask
    Herend Reserve Collection Carnival Man with Mask $3,685

    Imre Schrammel, who served as artistic advisor to the Herend manufactory for a time, was inspired to design the carnival figurine series after experiencing Venetian Carnival first-hand. Schrammel, a world-renown ceramic artist, described the collaborative process with the Herend artists who bring to life his craft as that of a composer who has his work performed by a superlative orchestra. Similar to the Venetian revelers whose costumes become more elaborate every year, Schrammel has an appreciation for what Herend artists can accomplish using his Carnival series as a blank canvas. This year, the mysterious man and the enigmatic woman have been transformed into a walking celebration of the 160th anniversary of the Queen Victoria pattern. Dramatic green stripes highlight peonies and butterflies while only a tell-tale scarf hints at the reveler behind the mask. Limited Edition Size 100. (15.75"H)

    $3,685
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    Herend Reserve Collection Carnival Woman with Mask
    Herend Reserve Collection Carnival Woman with Mask $3,685

    Imre Schrammel, who served as artistic advisor to the Herend manufactory for a time, was inspired to design the carnival figurine series after experiencing Venetian Carnival first-hand. Schrammel, a world-renown ceramic artist, described the collaborative process with the Herend artists who bring to life his craft as that of a composer who has his work performed by a superlative orchestra. Similar to the Venetian revelers whose costumes become more elaborate every year, Schrammel has an appreciation for what Herend artists can accomplish using his Carnival series as a blank canvas. This year, the mysterious man and the enigmatic woman have been transformed into a walking celebration of the 160th anniversary of the Queen Victoria pattern. Dramatic green stripes highlight peonies and butterflies while only a tell-tale scarf hints at the reveler behind the mask. Limited Edition Size 100. (16"H)

    $3,685
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    Herend Tesserae Tortoise
    Herend Tesserae Tortoise $3,685

    As much as the strength of porcelain is celebrated, the wrong trajectory as a piece falls out of an artist’s hand can still yield broken shards. A natural hazard of life at the Herend manufactory has consequently inspired the dramatic Tesserae Tortoise (available in a limited edition of 250). Taking its name from the small pieces of stone, glass or ceramic used in mosaics, thirty-eight different Herend patterns create a mosaic-like composition on the tortoise’s shell. A crossroads of east meets west and past & present: four chinoiserie patterns anchor the center stripe of the turtle’s back while flanking the center tile featuring the Sèvres Petites Roses pattern which takes inspiration from French artistry. A medley of fruits and flowers dances around the rest of the shell. The tortoise himself is painted in the new, complementary key lime fishnet which draws out the subtle nuances of the many greens. It takes 5 different Herend artists a combined total of 19 hours to paint the entire figurine. Limited Edition 250. (8.75"L X 3"H)

    $3,685
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    Herend Reserve Collection Minotaur
    Herend Reserve Collection Minotaur $3,965

    Among Herend’s Carnival series is The Minotaur, a Cretan monster that is embedded deep in European culture. This god with the head of a bull descends from the Moon God of Mesopotamia. The symbol of virility, he is intent on attracting the attention of the Earth Mother, symbol of eternal womankind. That accounts for the tattooed muscular body, which serves in and of itself as a virtual Carnival costume. Limited Edition Size 100. (13.5"H X 6"W)

    $3,965
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    Herend Reserve Collection Large Alligator
    Herend Reserve Collection Large Alligator $4,055

    A fearsome creature of the swamp becomes a study in astounding beauty in Herend’s spectacular portrayal of the largest reptile in North America. Ancestors of the alligator appeared 200 million years ago and later managed to avoid extinction when their prehistoric contemporaries, the dinosaurs, died off. The American alligator has been described as a rare success story, as they were once endangered but are now thriving due to state and federal protection, habitat preservation measures and reduced demand for alligator products. Herend’s striking version takes approximately three days to paint and demands the talents of 18 artists to create from beginning to end. Limited Edition Size 250. (16"L X 3"H)

    $4,055
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    Herend Reserve Collection Mermaid on Shell
    Herend Reserve Collection Mermaid on Shell $4,080

    Depictions of mythical mermaids differ strongly. Sometimes they are sirens of the sea luring sailors to their deaths with their song. Other times they are keepers of the ocean charged with rescuing mankind from accidents. Regardless of the mermaid’s intent, the legends agree that they are elusive, alluring beauties. Herend’s mermaid, with her soft smile, is not sharing her secrets today but even without her song, she still enchants. Perched on a giant clam shell with its pearlized core exposed, she holds a 24K gold tulip shell - maybe a silent invitation to the riches of the watery depths below. Blue layered upon green strokes of color comprise her key lime fishnet- the perfect camouflage for a water nymph. Perhaps not even her porcelain skin will prevent her from slipping away to once again entice and confound seafarers everywhere. Limited Edition Size 250. (9"L X 10"H)

    $4,080
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    Herend Reserve Collection Elk
    Herend Reserve Collection Elk $4,135

    This figurine was designed by sculptor Janos Toth and introduced in 1957. A very popular figurine in its original natural coloration, it is now available for the first time in a shaded brown fishnet style. The elk figurine appears to be engaging in a behavior known as “bugling” which happens during the mating season (also known as the rut). Bugling is a very distinctive vocalization which begins deep and resonant and then becomes a high pitched squeal before ending in a succession of grunts. Similar to a preening peacock, this bugling serves to attract females during the very competitive mating season. While one can only guess as to this figurine’s success, he can be confident he looks his best since 19 artists took over 18 hours to create his powerful appearance. (11.5"L X 11.5"H)

    $4,135
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    Herend Reserve Collection Large Giraffe
    Herend Reserve Collection Large Giraffe $4,170

    Herend’s newest figurine will no doubt incite similar curiosity to those first “diplomatic” giraffes since their newest introduction is an ambassador of creativity. Showcasing an unusual spin on traditional fishnet, the reserve collection giraffe features a modified fishnet made to look like animal print. This new fishnet technique is a complex process. It takes one artist over 20 hours to paint since it requires much concentration as the artist has to create “unnatural” breaks to mimic the spots - contrary to the usual, fluid style involved with painting fishnet. Limited Edition 250. (15.5"H)

    $4,170
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    Herend Reserve Collection Covered Urn
    Herend Reserve Collection Covered Urn $4,255

    The story reveals how one day Baroness Rothschild went for a stroll in her garden in Vienna and lost the pearl necklace she was wearing. An exhaustive search by her staff yielded nothing. A few days later, a gardener noticed the birds were excitedly chirping and fluttering around something and he went over to investigate. That is when he discovered the birds had taken a liking to the Baroness’ necklace which was caught on a tree branch In 1860, this story inspired the creation of the Rothschild Bird pattern which was so well-received that soon similar bird designs were being produced by almost every major European porcelain manufacturer. With this introduction we celebrate Rothschild Bird and all of its many moods with a covered urn featuring all 12 motifs as well as all of the border colors that have been presented over the years. Available in a limited edition of 250, the urn is inscribed with a special commemorative anniversary logo which reads “Rothschild Bird 150th Anniversary”. Limited Edition 250. (14.4"H) 150TH ANNIVERSARY

    $4,255
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    Herend Reserve Collection Flamingo Duet
    Herend Reserve Collection Flamingo Duet $4,335

    While the bird and the dance have the same name in Spanish (flamenco), the two are not connected. Yet, there is an uncanny similarity in the graceful and proud upright carriage that both embody and how synonymous the lower body has become with each. With the dance, the explosive stomping of feet imparts the passion of the story being told. For the bird, the stereotypical pose with one leg elevated is driven by less romantic incentives. The main motivation for curling the leg up under the body is thermoregulation- it keeps the foot warm and conserves body heat since the birds spend most of their day in water. While it may not be the flamenco, Herend’s Flamingo Duet presents 2 flamingos in a dance of their own creation. It also features the world-wide debut of a new symphony of fishnet colors in light orange, raspberry and rust. While flamingos don’t eat carrots, it is the beta carotene found in their food supply that imparts them with such beautiful pigmentation. Ranging from light pink to bright red, the more colorful the flamingo, the more attractive he is to the opposite sex. It is also this brilliant display of color that gave rise to the name since “flamingo” has its origins in the French/ Provençal “flamenc" meaning “fire-bird”. Limited Edition Size 250. (4.75"L X 11"H)

    $4,335
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    Herend Reserve Collection Canadian Ducks
    Herend Reserve Collection Canadian Ducks $4,705

    Two impressive painting techniques combined in one striking figurine: symphonic fishnet coupled with faux bois! Two Canadian ducks pose in their feathery finest with alternating colors of yellow, green, brown and terracotta fishnet offset by dramatic gold highlights. Their coy expression could be attributed to the fact that they know a secret: the logs they are sitting on aren’t real. Herend artists have done a masterful job painting in the faux bois style and only a close-inspection reveals the true porcelain composition. Limited Edition 250. (9.5"L X 7.75"H)

    $4,705
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    Herend Reserve Collection Woodland Party Candelabra
    Herend Reserve Collection Woodland Party Candelabra $5,270

    Deep in the forest, unseen by human eyes, lies a woodland paradise with chattering birds and colorful butterflies. A knotty tree, silent with the secrets of centuries, spreads its thick roots across the mossy forest floor. Vines grow unencumbered slithering up the trunk of the tree to reach the warmth of the sun. Colorful flowers put on a show for an unseen audience with the timid ones hiding among the roots while the bold ones anchor themselves to center stage on the thickest branches. Herend’s artists have turned a candelabra into a vibrant statement piece that adds its own story to an elegant dinner party. This process takes one artist 29 hours to paint. Limited Edition Size 100. (14.5"L X 13"H)

    $5,270
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    Herend Reserve Rooster Fishnet Rainbow Colors
    Herend Reserve Rooster Fishnet Rainbow Colors $5,275

    A magnificent new fishnet design premiers on Herend’s classic rooster, a commanding figure designed by Sandor Keleti in 1924. For the first time in Herend’s 182-year history, a harmonious medley of fishnet colors is composed in concert to create a synchronized fishnet symphony. The product of 17 craftspeople, each rooster requires 19 hours to paint. Herend’s traditional single-colorway fishnet design first took shape in 1874, when an artist was inspired by a Chinese plate’s fish scale design and replicated it onto a rooster figurine’s breast to imitate feathers. In keeping with tradition, Herend again chose a rooster to model the unprecedented symphonic fishnet design. Limited Edition Size 250. (16"H)

    $5,275
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    Herend Reserve Collection Dragon
    Herend Reserve Collection Dragon $5,345

    Even without its rich mythical past, Herend’s dragon makes a dramatic debut painted in the chrysanteme orange pattern which takes 21 Herend artists 3 ½ days to create. Limited Edition Size 300. (11.5"L X 4.5"W)

    $5,345
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    Herend Reserve Collection Lion on Pedestal
    Herend Reserve Collection Lion on Pedestal $5,500

    From Europe to Africa and Asia, lions have been associated with strength, grace and nobility for thousands of years. Furthermore, it is their association with power that has led many different cultures to depict lions as sentinels standing guard at the entrances to revered places. Hungarian sculptors have continued this same tradition, and a tour around Budapest reveals numerous examples from the Hungarian Parliament building to the lions’ gate entrance of the Royal Palace. However, the most prominent lions in Budapest are those flanking the city’s famous and oft-photographed Chain Bridge. The first permanent connection between the Buda and Pest sides of the city (split by the Danube river), this suspension bridge (built in 1849) ignited the economic revival that would lead to Budapest's golden century. Guarding the historic bridge on both sides, the two pairs of stately lions were created in 1852 by Hungarian sculptor János Marschalkó. Fittingly, these sentinel lions remained intact (and on duty) when the rest of the bridge was destroyed in World War II (it was rebuilt in 1949). Limited Edition 250. (7.25"L X 13"H)

    $5,500
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    Herend Reserve Collection Silk Road Elephant
    Herend Reserve Collection Silk Road Elephant $6,405

    This striking elephant is a replica of an antique figurine depicting an elephant carrying goods along the silk road. The silk road was an interconnected series of ancient trading routes stretching from China to the Mediterranean Sea. The silk road not only served as a means of moving precious commodities back and forth but was also significant for bringing new cultural influences. This Pink Elephant figurine certainly demonstrates this Eastern influence through its highly ornate decorative style including the dramatic rug on its back. The figurine was reissued from the Herend archives to commemorate the Manufactory’s 180th anniversary. Limited edition size of 180. 10 ¼" x 3 ½" x 9 ½"h.

    $6,405
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    Herend Reserve Collection Sea Life Vase
    Herend Reserve Collection Sea Life Vase $7,240

    From the 2008 Frankfurt collection, a dramatically painted vase and bowl offer a peek into an underwater paradise. Depending on the piece, lionfish, powder blue sturgeon, clownfish, and threadfin butterflyfish (among others) play around coral and kelp. While Herend is famous for its fishnet painting, for these sea life vignettes Herend artists have wisely chosen to use a natural coloration thereby maximizing the detail and beauty of the tropical fish. The aquatic landscape is further enhanced by various shades of blue which give the viewer a sense of depth while hinting at the tropical sun shining overhead. (15"H X 9.5"W)

    $7,240
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    Herend Reserve Collection Geisha
    Herend Reserve Collection Geisha $7,330

    The elegant, high-culture world that geisha are a part of is called karyûkai or "the flower and willow world". With that in mind, Herend artists have reinterpreted their geisha originally created in 1943 by Gyula Maugsch. They have dressed her up in a kimono in the ornate Empereur pattern which features lotus blossoms among other flower motifs finished off by a striking green border alluding to the long, sweeping branches of the willow tree. This level of detail takes 3 Herend artists a combined total of 42 hours to complete. Limited Edition Size 250. (5.5"L X 8.5"H)

    $7,330
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    Herend Reserve Collection Madonna & Child
    Herend Reserve Collection Madonna & Child $8,580

    Herend’s Madonna & Child is based on a Gothic wooden statue from (circa) 1420 called the Second Madonna of Toporc which is housed in the Hungarian National Gallery. The porcelain version made its debut in 1940 when artist Kata Gacser reinterpreted the image for the manufactory. In 2009, this figurine is being introduced for the first time in a mantle of forget-me-nots. Based on medieval legend, the pairing of the Myosotis pattern (botanical Latin for forget-me-not)with this figurine has significance beyond the purely aesthetic. Legend has it that the Christ child was sitting on Mary’s lap one day and said that he wished that future generations could see the beauty of her eyes. He touched her eyes and then waved his hand over the ground and the blue of her eyes appeared forever in the form of the forget-me-not. It takes 3 painters a combined total of 48 hours to create this figurine. Limited Edition Size 250. (5"W X 22"H)

    $8,580
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    Herend Reserve Collection Tropical Reef
    Herend Reserve Collection Tropical Reef $8,675

    It takes one Herend painter 4 days to create this masterpiece which consists of 40 different components. Only a complex figurine could properly convey a coral reef- known as the busiest neighborhood in the ocean. Often referred to as the rainforest of the sea, the diversity and colors of the animals inhabiting a coral reef is unmatched anywhere else in the aquatic realm. While many theories abound, there are two popular thoughts as to why the fish in a coral reef are so colorful and textured. First, the reef and its inhabitants reflect so many colors that the fish are just doing their part to blend in with their surroundings and be less obvious to predators. Their colors act as camouflage. A second reason is that the colors and patterns allow fish to identify friend and foe and find their own kind in the crowded reef environment. With Herend’s tropical reef, the viewer has stumbled on a symphonic fishnet celebration with blue, key lime, and butterscotch fish dancing through the welcoming arms of a key lime coral dappled with 24K gold. Conch shells, sea snails, brain coral and starfish, while not as exuberant as their fish friends, add their own style of fun to the neighborhood party. Limited Edition Size 100. (8.5"L X 13.5"H)

    $8,675
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    Herend Reserve Collection Laughing Buddha
    Herend Reserve Collection Laughing Buddha $8,950

    The Laughing Buddha emerged from Chinese folktales of the 10th century. The original stories centered on a monk named Ch'i-t'zu who was an eccentric but much-loved character who worked small, charitable wonders. The tales of Ch'i-t'zu soon spread throughout China, and he came to be called Pu-tai which means "hempen sack." Of course, any Feng Shui practitioner would be well acquainted with this smiling character since he is a popular symbol of happiness, generosity and luck and his presence is said to impart wealth and abundance on any home or office. Any depiction of the Laughing Buddha is heavy on symbolism. For example, many theories abound about why he is shown with elongated earlobes with the most pervasive being that the earlobes reflect that the Buddha is all-hearing and has ears big enough to listen to all of our tales of suffering. His name, Pu-tai, refers to the omnipresent hempen sack containing precious gifts. At the same time, he also uses the sack to dispose of people’s problems. The Laughing Buddha usually clutches a set of prayer beads which represent “a never-ending meditation practice, even when engaged in worldly activities”. His ample stomach, which is rubbed for good-luck, is prominently exposed to reflect “abundance” as well his ability to stomach all of the world’s problems and transform them into happiness. The artists at Herend have made the Laughing Buddha their own by incorporating new layers of symbolism. By painting him in the rich, highly ornate Jiangxi pattern, they have created one more reference to abundance. The Jiangxi pattern also features a recurring lotus motif which is very prominent in Buddhism. The lotus flower represents the Buddha mind because, “though growing in mire, it puts forth beautiful, immaculate flowers”. Presented in a limited edition of 250, the Laughing Buddha stands 14” tall and comes in a luxury case. Limited Edition Size 250. (5.25"L X 14"H)

    $8,950
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    Herend Reserve Collection Sphinx
    Herend Reserve Collection Sphinx $9,295

    The Sphinx is dressed in a breathtakingly intricate design called Tattoo, which takes a Herend artist seven full days to paint. Because tattooing was practiced by the ancient Egyptians 4000 years ago, the design was a natural choice for Herend’s Sphinx. Egypt’s Great Sphinx was named after a legendary Greek creature with the body of a lion and head of a woman. The word sphinx in Greek means “to strangle,” as the sphinx from Greek mythology strangled anyone incapable of answering her riddle. Just as the Great Sphinx of Giza required monumental work to construct, twenty-five pairs of hands are involved in creating Herend’s version. Each must be fired at least six times, as compared to three times for typical Herend figurines. Limited Edition Size 250. (11.5"L X 6.5"H)

    $9,295
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    Herend Reserve Collection Pitcher w/ Lizard Handle
    Herend Reserve Collection Pitcher w/ Lizard Handle $9,665

    Herend Chinoiserie had no parallel in 19th century porcelain and it is this creative period which gave rise to the shape of this elaborate water pitcher with a stylized Chinese water dragon handle. It would take until the 21st century before it was paired with the elaborate Jiangxi pattern. The result is both an homage on the part of Herend artists to their brothers in the East as well as a bit of a competitive tweak. For while the Jiangxi pattern was inspired by the Far East, it was designed by Herend artists who deliberately endowed it with a significant name. Jiangxi is a province in China that houses the city of Jingdezhen otherwise known as the Capital of Porcelain. It takes 2 painters a combined total of 65 hours to create this masterpiece. (13.5"H)

    $9,665
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    Herend Reserve Collection Tulip Vase
    Herend Reserve Collection Tulip Vase $18,710

    Originally manufactured by the Alt Wein Porcelain Manufactory, the Tulip vase was replicated by Herend in the early 1900s and then reintroduced to great success in pink coloration in 2007 and yellow coloration in 2008. The vase itself in both shape and decoration is an example of Secession style (what the Art Nouveau movement was called in Vienna). This school of design was richly ornamental embracing asymmetrical, flowing lines and often incorporating stylized plant motifs. Behind the scenes, the vase is a complex dance between its impressive height and its delicate features which is accomplished through skillful design and carefully sculpted components. Limited Edition Size 25. (18.25"H)

    $18,710
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