Designer Anna Weatherley Opens Her Studio

Members of the Women’s Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts were privileged to enjoy a holiday toast and open house hosted by international Hungarian-born designer Anna Weatherley at her Arlington studio on Dec. 6. In time for holiday gifting, they had a firsthand look at her special collection of Hungarian porcelain and signature jewelry. The designer trained talented painters in Budapest to create her collection of hand-painted porcelain sold in 400 stores including Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman. First lady Laura Bush commissioned magnolia-patterned china for the private quarters of the White House.

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