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  • Herend Puffer Fish
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    Herend Puffer Fish
    Handmade and handpainted Herend porcelain from Hungary with 24 karat gold accents. Measures 1 ½” x 2 ¼” x 1 5 ⁄ 8 ”h.
  • Herend Hatching Turtle
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    Herend Hatching Turtle
    Handmade and handpainted Herend porcelain from Hungary with 24 karat gold accents. Measures 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” x 1 7/8”h.
  • Herend Reserve Tree Frogs On Leaf
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    Herend Reserve Tree Frogs On Leaf
    Some species of tree frogs use a technique called startle coloration to protect themselves from predators. If a hungry bird or snake happens to approach a sleeping tree frog, the frog will suddenly open its bulging eyes and reveal the bold splash of red. This will usually stun the predator long enough for the frog to gain a few seconds to escape. In the case of Herend’s tree frogs, the artists may have inadvertently compromised the full effect of startle coloration by painting the frogs in such a captivating way that rather than being stunned, the primary response is apt to be admiration. Measures 9 ¼"l x 3 ¾"h. Limited edition of 250. Handmade Herend porcelain from Hungary.
  • Herend Swan
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    Herend Swan
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. New for 2013. Measures 4” x 2 ¾” x 3 ½” h.
  • Herend Small Lamb
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    Herend Small Lamb
    New for 2014. Handmade handpainted porcelain from Hungary with 24 karat gold accents. Measures 2 ½” x 1 1 ⁄ 8 ” x 1 ½”h.
  • Herend Small Pineapple
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    Herend Small Pineapple
    Handmade and handpainted porcelain from Hungary with 24K gold accents. New for 2013! Pineapple measures 1 ½” diameter x 3” h.
  • Herend Reserve Collection Peacock
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    Herend Reserve Collection Peacock
    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)
  • Herend Miniature Persian Dancing Lady
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    Herend Miniature Persian Dancing Lady
    Porcelain figurines from Hungary, exclusively at Scully & Scully. Handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. Dancing Lady miniature figurine measures 1 7 ⁄ 8 ” x 2 1 ⁄ 8 ” x 6 ½” h.
  • Herend Reserve Collection Tropical Reef
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    Herend Reserve Collection Tropical Reef
    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)
  • Herend Two Owls on Book
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    Herend Two Owls on Book
    Herend porcelain, from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. 2” X 1 ½” x 2 1 ⁄ 8 ”h.
  • Herend Gecko on Leaf
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    Herend Gecko on Leaf
    Herend porcelain, from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. 4 ¾" X 2 ¼" x 2"h.
  • Herend Reserve Collection Tulip Vase
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    Herend Reserve Collection Tulip Vase
    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)
  • Herend Tesserae Tortoise
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    Herend Tesserae Tortoise
    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)
  • Herend Reserve Collection Swirl Hen
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    Herend Reserve Collection Swirl Hen
    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)
  • Herend Fish Sculpture
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    Herend Fish Sculpture
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. (8 ¼"H)
  • Herend Miniature Frog
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    Herend Miniature Frog
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. (1 3 ⁄ 16 " x 1 3 ⁄ 8 " x 1 1 ⁄ 8 "h)
  • Herend Two Frogs w/Butterflies
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    Herend Two Frogs w/Butterflies
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. (4 ½" x 4" x 1 ¾"h)
  • Herend Pair of Fish
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    Herend Pair of Fish
    Herend porcelain, from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. 4"H.
  • Herend Small Blue Butterfly w/ Yellow Flowers
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    Herend Small Blue Butterfly w/ Yellow Flowers
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. (2 ¾" x 2" x 1 ¼"H)
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Wall Clock
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Green Wall Clock
    From Hungary, handmade and handpainted porcelain with 24k gold accents. -Chinese Bouquet Green” service plate, with a quartz clock made in Germany. New for 2012 and exclusively at Scully & Scully during this introductory period. 11” Diameter.
  • Herend Four Leaf Clover Paperweight
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    Herend Four Leaf Clover Paperweight
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. (3.5"L X 2.75"W)
  • Herend Gone Fishing
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    Herend Gone Fishing
    Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents. ( 3" x 1 ¾" x 2 ½"H)
  • Herend Komodo Dragon
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    Herend Komodo Dragon
    Herend porcelain, from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24k gold accents. 6 7 ⁄ 8 ” X 2 ½”x 1 ¼”h.
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