Designers

Lenox

The Lenox name is synonymous with fine tableware and is sought out by discriminating homeowners in America and all across the globe. Lenox is favored by presidents, displayed in museums and continually honored with awards. Lenox is the only American porcelain to be in continuous use at the White House for more than 80 years. Lenox porcelain can also be found in more than 300 U.S. embassies and more than half of the governors' mansions. In addition to dinnerware, Lenox offers heirloom-quality glassware and decorative home accents, all of which are available at Ross-Simons.


The Highest Standards for Quality, Artistry & Beauty

Walter Scott Lenox dedicated his life to the "perfection of American porcelain." Lenox's vision for excellence set the company's high standards for quality, artistry and beauty. Over 120 years later, the company continues to evolve but still relies on centuries-old craft techniques to produce extraordinary pieces that are prized all around the globe.

Lenox 'Chelse Muse' Fleur Gray Ironstone Dinnerware Set #LXCFLG

Walter Scott Lenox was born in 1859 in Trenton, New Jersey, the ceramic capital of America at the time with over 200 operating potteries. With a natural talent for drawing and a genuine fascination for clay, the young 16-year-old Lenox went to work as a decorator and designer for several Trenton potteries. Six years later he progressed to design director for two larger firms before launching Lenox's Ceramic Art Company in 1889. While Lenox's company originally offered one-of-a-kind pieces rendered in lustrous ivory china, Lenox later turned his attention to custom designed and elaborately decorated dinnerware sets. As Americans' desire for high-quality china grew, Lenox satisfied it by producing dinnerware with standardized patterns. By 1917, Lenox started using full-color lithographic decals which assured a uniform and recognizable Lenox pattern. Lenox tableware quickly became America's china of choice and half of all fine porcelain dinnerware purchased since the 1950s bears the Lenox name.

Lenox is one of the world's oldest and most respected names in quality tableware and giftware and Ross-Simons offers an impressive selection to choose from. You can give a Lenox product with pride knowing you are selecting a fine example of craftsmanship and artistry that will be treasured for years to come. If you're choosing a Lenox item for your own table, you can be sure everyone will note your sophisticated sense of style. Browse Ross-Simons' complete Lenox collection of fine dinnerware, casual dinnerware, glassware and giftable items to find the piece that's right for you.

Ross-Simons is an authorized retailer for Lenox tableware and gifts. Every Lenox purchase comes with 100% satisfaction guarantee and FREE shipping.