Nine Blue Onion Meissen Show or Wall Plates



Nine blue onion Meissen show or wall plates. This is a stunning collection of blue white wall platters purchased from a NYC Socialite at the Beekman on the East side of Manhattan. These pieces are usually found one or two at a time. This collector took years to put this on her wall, late 19th century. Blue onion (German: Zwiebelmuster) is a porcelain tableware pattern for dishware originally manufactured by Meissen Porcelain since the 18th century, and since the last 19th century has been copied by other companies. The large plates measure: 13.5 diameter, the smaller plates are at 9.5 inches.
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    Materials and Techniques: Porcelain
    Height: 2.25 in. (5.72 cm)
    Diameter: 13.5 in. (34.29 cm)
    Date of Manufacture: 1850s
    Period: Late 19th Century
    Creator: Meissen Porcelain (Manufacturer)
    Place of Origin: Germany