All About Lenox Lowell
Brand: Lenox Pattern: Lowell
Manufacturer Status: Active In Production: 1917 - Present
Description: Cream-colored fine china with 24K gold bands.
Theme: Elegant Dishwashing Method: Dishwasher-safe Secondary Market Value: Very Good Best Uses: Formal
Not enough words can be used to describe this pattern which has spent a century in production. It is a classic design which captivates with timeless elegance, still relevant and useful in these modern times. You will be impressed by its gold detail - elaborate band of gold, etched in an ornate style.
This pattern is perfect for formal dining occasions. Use it on its own or as a complement to other cream-colored gold-accented dinnerware for a stylish set-up. It is sure to add refinement and sophistication to your table setting, merging the past and present with its rich grandeur.
This pattern was manufactured by Lenox Corporation of USA, which has been in the business since 1889 and is known for its expert artistry in fine tabletop and giftware (china, crystal, and metal gifts). Their settings are used in no less than the White House while some of their works are also on display in the Smithsonian Institution as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Our favorite piece is the Accent Plate. The intricate gold rim which this collection is known for is made even more decorative with a gold basket weave motif encircling the border’s inner edge. Surely a nice touch to your tablescape.
Though this dinnerware is safe to use in the dishwasher, its gold detail prohibits it from microwave oven use.
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