Lenox Fine China & Microwave Safe Dinnerware
The Lenox tradition began in 1889, when young artist and potter Walter Scott Lenox founded a company dedicated to the daring proposition that an American firm could create the finest china, collectibles, and art pieces in the world. In the years since, Lenox has been honored as the first American chinaware exhibited at the National Museum of Ceramics, in Sevres, France. In 1918, Lenox was the first American chinaware company to create the official state table service for the White House. Today, every work of art created by Lenox Collections carries forward the tradition started by Walter Scott Lenox. Works of Lenox can be found in more than half of the governor's mansions in America and in United States embassies throughout the world.
Lenox has created exquisite tableware, gifts, and collectibles for U.S. presidents, dignitaries — and families like yours across America. Their challenge remains to provide products that not only meet the rigorous standards of quality and excellence, but ones that meet the needs of today's ever-changing lifestyles.
The Lenox Collections
There are so many current Lenox collections, that we have divided the patterns into sections. If you do not see your favorite pattern listed, visit the Discontinued & Current Patterns section for a catalog of all Lenox patterns that we have identified.