Milles Fleurs - Thousand Flowers MF
The Millefleurs Herend design originally designated a decorative motif found on 17th century Chinese porcelain, where the plant pattern covers the whole surface.
Herend's Milles Fleurs décor is a much more restrained and tidied version of the exuberant Chinese decoration. It brings to the fore the tiny flowers that play only a subordinate role in the other floral décors, Bouquet de Saxe and Bouquet de Herend.
The beauty of this simple pattern lies in the fine, meticulous details with which the Herend painters portray the realm of flowers around them.
Forget-me-nots, rosebuds, morning-glories, lilies, pinks, asters and daisies parade before us in the countless varieties and forms. They reconjure both the dresses worn by 19th-century ladies and the abundant flowers that spring in meadows and gardens.
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