Antique Meissen "Blue Onion" lunch plate in hand-painted porcelain. The Meissen "onion" pattern was originally named the "bulb" pattern. While modelled closely after a pattern first produced by Chinese porcelain painters, which featured pomegranates unfamiliar in Saxony, the plates and bowls produced in the Meissen factory in 1740 adopted a feel that was distinctly their own. More than 200 pieces on stock, complete lunch & dinner service for 24 p.Serving pieces, coffee service and much more. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Plates". The seller is "l-art-copenhagen" and is located in this country: DK.