All About Lenox Hartwell House
Brand: Lenox Pattern: Hartwell House
Manufacturer Status: Discontinued In Production: 1989-2007
Description: Gold trim, & verge, cream/white background, small floral arrangements
Dishwashing Method: Handwash Secondary Market Value: Strong Best Uses: Formal winter dining, goes well with Waterford Lismore Platinum
This Hartwell House pattern was manufactured for eighteen years by the Lenox China company, based in the USA. The discontinued Hartwell House pattern is a classic Lenox pattern & is in our opinion at Classic Replacements one of the Lenox companies top ten patterns. Lenox Hartwell House has a beautiful gold border along with small floral bouquets set on a midnight blue rim which looks beautiful against the cream white background & gives the Hartwell House pattern an overall classy & elegant look that is hard to beat even among other makers of fine china like Minton & Spode. Even though Lenox Hartwell House has been discontinued since 2007 there is still a strong & wide range of demand for it, ranging from people who are looking for replacement china pieces to people who are just starting a china collection & do not yet have the Hartwell House pattern. Some other patterns that we consider to be in the Lenox top ten patterns are Lenox Chatham Gate & Lenox Autumn among several others, patterns like these are in strong demand & Classic Replacements is actively seeking to purchase them.
Our favorite Lenox Hartwell House pieces are the salad plate as well as the gravy boat