Anna Weatherley, who has been designing in Washington for 40 years, has gone from being a fashion designer to one of hand-painted dinnerware. Weatherley's hand-painted china made history when it was chosen as the first "informal" White House china. The Hungarian-born designer patterns are sold in 400 stores including Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman. I had the pleasure to meet and photograph Anna for The Washington Post. Click on the title above to view the entire article in The Washington Post.
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