Anna Weatherley is a renowned designer inspired by the artisanal tradition of Hungary. All of her works are reflective of botanical art which were especially popular during the 18th century. She trains and works closely with Hungarian artisans so that each piece comes out a masterpiece - delicately handpainted with flowers, plants, and insects.
Because each piece is a work of art, not lacking in detail – her collection can either be displayed or used.
Anna Weatherley is also one of the preferred designers of the White House. She was first commissioned by the White House in 2009 by then First Lady Laura Bush to create the “casual” presidential china for the White House private quarters. She was commissioned again in 2015 to create a collection for the White House with the Rose Garden as an inspiration.
Display it or use it – you will not go wrong.