Choose one of the following: Chinese Bouquet, Canton, Campanule, Fleurs des Indes, Fraises, Gödöllő, Gustave, Imola, Miramare, Nyon, Poissons, Quatre saisons, Rothschild, Sévres petites roses or, Siang, Tupini, Victoria, Victoria pappilons, Ville Rose de Herend, Waldstein or back to Herend
This is one of the oldest Herend patterns. Poissons, with its depictions of colourful fish, has Chinese origins. The ground is provided by special porcelain with a blueish tinge. The richly gilded rim encircles a blue border field in a geometrical design. Then come motifs of stylized waterweed in light and dark green alternating with sprigs of blossom. The well displays black, brick-red and gold-scaled fish swimming among water-weed. These symbolize plenty and good fortune. This charmingly colourful pattern has caught the eye of many people, including a 19th-century Duke of Windsor, who ordered a 24-place table service in the pattern.