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Since 1889, Lenox has set the highest standards for quality, artistry and beauty. Today, Lenox is among the world's oldest and most respected names in fine tableware and giftware—favored by presidents, displayed in museums, honored with awards, and enjoyed in homes across America. Lenox is America's foremost maker of china, crystal and metal gifts.
Lenox shares a passion for design and style with customers who love to entertain and celebrate with family and friends. Lenox fine china, crystal, flatware, giftware, home décor and tabletop products are timeless pieces that reflect superb quality and craftsmanship. Timeless collections of glassware, dinnerware, serveware and flatware fill china cabinets, hutches and shelves with quality and tradition.
Lenox is proud to be an American company designing for Americans. Lenox is the only manufacturer of fine bone china in the United States, produced at a state-of-the-art facility in Kinston, North Carolina. As Lenox celebrates 123 years of excellence in design and manufacturing in the United States, the company invites you to celebrate with dinnerware as beautiful and unique as the country in which it was made.
President and Mrs. Wilson commissioned an official state service of 1,700 pieces in 1918, making Lenox the first American china to grace a president's table. Lenox remains the only American porcelain in continuous use at the White House for more than 80 years, with new services created for four subsequent presidents: Roosevelt (1934), Truman (1951), Reagan (1981), Clinton (2000) and George W. Bush (2008).
In addition to the White House, Lenox tableware is at home in the vice president's official residence, more than 300 U.S. embassies, and more than half of the governors' mansions. Lenox giftware has been selected for presentation to dignitaries by the U.S. Congress and U.S. Department of State, among others. Lenox products are in the permanent collections of America's most prestigious cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and have been the centerpieces in exhibitions of American decorative arts. And most important, Lenox continues to be used with pleasure and given with pride by families across the country.