Onion pattern, originally named bulb pattern, is a white ware decorated with cobalt blue or pink designs of a vine with buds that look like onions. Although it is commonly associated with Meissen, other companies made the pattern in the late nineteenth and the twentieth centuries. A rare type is called red bud because there are added red accents on the blue-and-white dishes. The bulbs on the onion pattern were actually peaches or pomegranates copied from the original Chinese model, but the collectors called them onions.
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|Onion Pattern||Soup||Dish, Oval, Meissen, 8 In.||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Onion Pattern||Sugar||Cover, Villeroy & Boch||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Onion Pattern||Trivet||Fireplace, Metal & Porcelain, Wooden Handle||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Onion Pattern||Tureen||Underglazed, Crossed Swords, Oval, Meissen, 10 X 14 X 9 1/2 In.||1995||Login / Create Account for Price||Onion Pattern||Cup & Saucer||Germany||1995||Login / Create Account for Price|