Blue Danube - Blue Onion

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Blue Onion is a very old pattern first produced by Meissen in the 18th century, and modeled after a much earlier Chinese design featuring stylized peonies and asters along with Japanese peaches and pomegranates (the so-called bulb or onion) around a bamboo stalk. Other companies imitated and modified the pattern, and it remains one of the most popular blue and white patterns in china. Besides Meissen, other notable 20th century makers of of the pattern are the Blue Danube Japan line by Lipper and Mann Importers (1951 and through the present), the similar Vienna Woods of Japan by Seymour Mann, Blue Onion by Churchill China of England, and the Royal Copenhagen variant known as Blue Fluted.
Antique Meissen Blue Onion 5-inch Saucer

Antique Meissen Blue Onion 5-inch Saucer

This is a nice antique Meissen Blue Onion saucer. It has the Meissen Mark, Germany, and other impressions. It has no cracks chips or repairs but does...
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Blue Danube Japan 3-inch candlestick Lipper and Mann Importers

Blue Danube Japan 3-inch candlestick Lipper and Mann Importers

This 3-inch tall candlestick was made by Blue Danube Japan and was designed by Lipper and Mann importers, and carries the companies sticker on the...
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Vintage Blue Onion Blue Danube pedestal Soap Dish Vienna Woods

Vintage Blue Onion Blue Danube pedestal Soap Dish Vienna Woods

This is an attractive Blue Onion pattern (also called Blue Danube) ceramic pedestal soap dish marked Vienna Woods Fine China. It is a vintage piece...
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