Herend Blue Garland

Herend Blue Garland is a design that adorns some of Herend’s fine china. The pattern looks like a chain of bright, blue cornflowers. It originated in 1890, when the grandson of the founder of the Herend company first introduced the pattern. The pattern has a definite French influence, France being the country where the artist was educated. It is a delicate design that gracefully dances around the edges of the fine china.

The Herend design is a result of meticulous Hungarian hand painting. The blue cornflowers are interconnected by a vine. This makes for a beautiful pattern. Elegantly edged with gold flake trim, the Herend Blue Garland makes for an elegant table, and is suitable for all occasions.

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