Anna Weatherley has been designing and producing hand-painted porcelain in Hungary for 26 years.
The designs are sold to 400 luxury, high-end exclusive retailers in the United States including: Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Barneys, Bloomingdales, and luxury retailers in London (Thomas Goode) and Tokyo (Isetan Department Store).
When Princess Diana visited Washington, D.C. she was commissioned to design a pair of hand painted cachepots for her as a gift; the pattern was based on British botanical art.
In 2008, she created a large dinner set collection for the White House, and her porcelain is also at The Blair House, the official guesthouse of the White House for the visiting heads of states.
In 2011, Anna Weatherley was commissioned to create a collection of dinner plates for the dinner at The Buckingham Palace for The Prince of Wales.
Since 2014, Anna Weatherley has been collaborating with the Neue Galerie in New York creating several hand painted collections for museum.
In 2015, Anna Weatherley created a special collection of hand painted porcelain decorative objects for the White House Historical Association. The designs are based on the flowers planted in Jackie Kennedy’s Rose Garden of the White House.
Through the years, a number of magazines have featured Anna Weatherley Designs, such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, Vanity Fair, Southern Accents, Elle Décor, Washington Post, Traditional Homes, House and Garden, Modern Bride. Town and Country, Ritz Hotel Magazine, Victoria Magazine, Florida Designs and other regional publications in the United States.
Before she established her porcelain-painting studio in Budapest, she was designing one of kind chiffon dresses and jewelry.
Henry Bendel, Elizabeth Arden, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus and other luxury high fashion retailers purchased her one of a kind silk chiffon dresses.
Lady Bird Johnson, Elizabeth Taylor, Pamela Churchill Harriman, Mrs. Rockefeller and Ethel Kennedy were amongst the well-known private clients at her studio in Washington, D.C.
Anna Weatherley has recently launched a new collection of semi-precious necklaces. All the necklaces have her gold colored logo tag attached to the toggle closing.
All of the necklaces are one of a kind and the same designs and cannot be produced again.