Introduced in 1890, the bright blue cornflower design was created by Jeno Farkashazy, the grandson of the founder of Herend, and it is reminiscent of 18th century French porcelain pieces said to be a favorite of Marie Antoinette. This pattern on the canton saucer is never to be discontinued, meaning you will always have availability to replace pieces and grow your collection.
- 5.5-in. D
- Hand painted
- Gold banded
Material & Care
- Hand wash
This item is part of the collection: Blue Garland Dinnerware
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