Glassware Porcelain

Herend (Map p86; @ 317 2622; V Jözsef nädor ter 11; S 10am-6pm Mon-Fri, 9am-1pmSat; (M) Ml Vörösmarty ter) For both contemporary and traditional fine porcelain, there is no other place but Herend.

Herend Village Pottery (Map pp80-1; s 356 7899; II Bern rakpart 37; S 9am-5pm Mon-Fri, 9am-noon Sat; (M) M2 Batthyäny ter) Stocks hard-wearing pottery and dishes decorated with bold fruit patterns; an unusual alternative to what some might describe as rather prissy (and fragile) Herend flatware.

Zsolnay (Map p86; @ 266 6305; V Väci utca 19-21; Sl0am-7pm; ® M3 Ferenciek tere) For both contemporary and traditional fine Zsolnay porcelain from Pecs, check out this place. We like the iridescent green frogs.

Haas & Czjzek (Map p84; § 311 4094; VI Bajcsy-Zsilinszky lit 23; S 10am-7pm Mon-Fri, 10am-3pm Sat; (M) M3 Arany Jänos utca) Just up from Deäk Ferenc ter, this chinaware and crystal shop sells Zsolnay, as well as more affordable Hungarian-made Hollöhäza and Alföldi porcelain.

Ajka Kristäly (Map p84; @ 332 4541; VI Terez körüt 50; S 10am-6pm Mon-Fri, lOam-lpm Sat; (M)M3 Nyugati pälyaudvar) Established in 1878, Ajka has Hungarian-made lead crystal pieces and stemware. Most of it is very old fashioned, but there are some more contemporary pieces.

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