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
The birth of Tupini decor in 1870 was inspired by Islamic ceramics glittering in enamel colours. The pattern that runs around the gilded rim, consists of white and light blue segments which are decorated with the undulating network of daisies with red petals, green leaves and a gilded flower-stalk, as well as arabesques spotted with acanthus leaves and ornamental foliage. This design is followed by a frieze variegated by acanthus and daisies, interrupted by carthuses and acanthus filled with a red scale-work. These ornamental sections are accompanied by twisting and winding golden foliage forming into a spiral shape. The pattern described above is finished up with a gilded garland illustrating running dogs and supplemented by tiny flowers scattered around the body of the porcelain. This Eastern-style Tupini decor also won the approval of the Persian Shah at the turn of the last century.