Lenox is a American porcelain company established in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox.
It is said that the start was only a very small studio, but as it became more and more popular, it grew into a big company.

If you're a Lennox maniac, you'll know the pattern of "Ming" or "Mandarin". The pattern used to be a traditional pattern, but now it's all discontinued.

Lenox marks


1900s ~ 1926


1900s ~ 1930


1930s ~ 1953


1953 ~ 88


1970 ~ 80s

Another thing that made Lennox famous was the pottery used in the White House in the United States.

You've often seen British ceramics say "by appointment," which means they're delivered to the British royal family, and similarly, Lennox is the first American ceramic to be delivered to the White House in the United States.




1990s ~

Lennox shut down its plants because of COVID-19, which has been prolonged.

The company unfortunately announced that it will close all of its plants in the U.S. in 2020, and the company announced that all of its products will only be produced in factories outside the U.S.