The Lincoln China was the Kennedys preferred pattern for dining in the White House.
Mary Todd Lincoln was renowned for her enjoyment of shopping, thus she selected the Lincoln White House china shortly after her husband's inauguration. An elegant French design, the Lincoln china combines the American eagle with various decorations in a brilliant color called "solferino". This purple-red hue was invented by the French in 1859 and was very popular among the fashionable hosts of the Lincolns' day.
Crafted in the Woodmere Studio in Western Pennsylvania, our reproduction Lincoln dinnerware is made from the finest materials. Each piece is hand decorated with an attention to detail and craftsmanship reminiscent of a bygone era, and is meant to be used and enjoyed.
- Elegant Porcelain Presentation Bowl.
- Reproduction of a piece originally used by President Lincoln, and later by the Kennedys.
- Measures 3.5 inches tall, 7 inches in diameter.
- Handcrafted in the United States.