PBG Tea and Coffee

PBG: The story of this cornflower décor goes back to the second half of the 18th century. The “Angouléme sprig” derived from botanical books of the period, appeared in Paris, and became a favourite with Queen Marie-Antoinette. The motif was readily adopted at Herend, where the charming little bright bleu flower of the field was close to the hearts of the painters. This simple pattern consists of an extremely stylized garland of cornflowers with blue petals, red stamens and green leaves, twining endlessly along with a red band around the rim. Strewn in the middle there are tiny single flowers. The calm of the regular repetition is enhanced by the alternation of warm and cool colours. This enriches and renders attractive this youthful, charming décor, reminiscent of the cleanliness and innocence of a maiden’s chamber.

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  • Coffee Pot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Coffee Pot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Coffee Pot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Creamer - Petite Blue Garland
  • Creamer - Petite Blue Garland
  • Creamer - Rich Petite Blue Garland
  • Creamer- Rich Petite Blue Garland, big
  • Espresso Cup - Rich Petite Blue Garland
  • Espresso Saucer - Petite Blue Garland
  • Espresso Saucer - Rich Petite Blue Garland
  • Milk Mug - Petite Blue Garland
  • Milk Mug - Petite Blue Garland
  • Vienna Rose - Creamer
  • Sugar basin, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Sugar basin, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Sugar basin, twisted knob - Rich Petite Blue Garland
  • Sugar Bowl (Leaf shaped) - Petite Blue Garland
  • Tea stove - Petite Blue Garland
  • Teacup and Saucer - Petit Blue Garland
  • Teacup - Petite Blue Garland
  • Teacup and Saucer - Rich Petit Blue Garland
  • Teapot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Teapot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Teapot, rose knob - Petite Blue Garland
  • Teapot, rose knob (2 Cup) - Chinese Bouquet Raspberry
  • Teapot, rose knob (2 Cup) - Chinese Bouquet Raspberry
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