In 1889, founder Walter Scott Lenox had the confidence and passion to pursue his vision of creating "the finest American porcelain dinnerware" with a start-up company that operated for several years on a shoestring budget.
In the early years, his persistence and determination led to the company's success. Demand for his unique and artistic American porcelain products steadily grew and, 125 years later, the Lenox brand continues to be the most trusted tabletop name in the U.S. market and is among the world's oldest and most respected names in fine tableware and giftware
Lenox creates two colors of bone china, white and ivory.
Its unique manufacturing capabilities include enamel dot, etch, color and microwave metals.
Today, Lenox bone china is still manufactured in the U.S., and it remains the only American porcelain in continuous use at the White House for more than 80 years