Antique Lenox china is a brand of fine porcelain that has been around for over years. This American-made fine china can be found in many antique malls, shops and shows and is often sought after by collectors. Walter Scott Lenox took full ownership of the company in and renamed it Lenox, Inc. The company started out as more of an art studio than a factory. Instead of a full line of ceramics, Lenox produced one-of-kind artistic ceramic pieces. Shops specializing in high quality ceramic pottery carried Lenox products. These products were displayed in the Smithsonian Institution in
The Clinton China was used at a presidential state dinner for the Queen of England. Lenox china, a staple at many traditional American holiday dinners, is available in a wealth of patterns, from traditional to colorful abstract designs. The dinnerware evolved from the art ceramics produced at a company founded in New Jersey by Walter Scott Lenox in As home entertaining became trendy, the demand for fine dinnerware increased, and Lenox retooled his business to meet the market. Today Lenox china patterns are as sought after by collectors as they are by heirs trying to complete an inherited set.