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  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Raspberry
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Raspberry
    Originally named "Apponyi Flowers" for Count Albert Apponyi, this 1930-vintage pattern features floral motifs adapted from earlier Herend patterns influenced by the Orient. Handmade and handpainted in Hungary on fine white porcelain with 24K gold accents.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Rust
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Rust
    Originally named "Apponyi Flowers" for Count Albert Apponyi, this 1930-vintage pattern features floral motifs adapted from earlier Herend patterns influenced by the Orient. Handmade and handpainted in Hungary on fine white porcelain with 24K gold accents.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Blue
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Blue
    Like a pretty silk ribbon used to tie a bridal bouquet, the garland usually plays a supporting role by embellishing the peony motif of the Chinese Bouquet pattern. Here it becomes the principal source of beauty by draping the edges of its porcelain host with stylized vines and gold rosettes.
  • Herend Blue Garland
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    Herend Blue Garland
    This design of a garland of bright blue cornflowers was introduced in 1890 by Jeno Farkashazy, grandson of the founder of Herend. The apparent French influence reflects the country where young Farkashazy was educated.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Rust
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Rust
    Like a pretty silk ribbon used to tie a bridal bouquet, the garland usually plays a supporting role by embellishing the peony motif of the Chinese Bouquet pattern. Here it becomes the principal source of beauty by draping the edges of its porcelain host with stylized vines and gold rosettes.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Green
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Green
    Like a pretty silk ribbon used to tie a bridal bouquet, the garland usually plays a supporting role by embellishing the peony motif of the Chinese Bouquet pattern. Here it becomes the principal source of beauty by draping the edges of its porcelain host with stylized vines and gold rosettes.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Raspberry
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Garland Raspberry
    Like a pretty silk ribbon used to tie a bridal bouquet, the garland usually plays a supporting role by embellishing the peony motif of the Chinese Bouquet pattern. Here it becomes the principal source of beauty by draping the edges of its porcelain host with stylized vines and gold rosettes.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Green
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    Herend Chinese Bouquet Porcelain, Green
    Originally named "Apponyi Flowers" for Count Albert Apponyi, this 1930-vintage pattern features floral motifs adapted from earlier Herend patterns influenced by the Orient. Handmade and handpainted in Hungary on fine white porcelain with 24K gold accents.
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