Since 1889, Lenox has created gifts, tableware, and collectibles for U.S. presidents, dignitaries ľ and families across America. In fact, Lenox was the first American china to be used in the White House. All Lenox fine bone china patterns are manufactured in the United States. Today, Lenox remains the longestľstanding American fine china company.
Over the years, the company's original focus on fine tableware has broadened to include casual collections in stoneware and earthenware, crystal stemware, and flatware. Lenox gifts in china, crystal, and precious metals have been part of family celebrations for generations. And Lenox collectibles continue to win awards ľ and the hearts of collectors everywhere.
All the while, Lenox has been committed to upholding the high standards of excellence in artistry and craftsmanship set forth by its founder, Walter Scott Lenox. The Lenox commitment to excellence extends from its products to its employees and, most importantly, to its customer service. From inspirational to whimsical, classic to contemporary, Lenox products appeal to a wide ľ and growing ľ audience.