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A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world's finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen.

Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor's mansion.

Delivery times on all Bluegrass items vary from 3-12 months.




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Bluegrass Five PPS A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world\'s finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen. Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome new equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor\'s mansion. Please contact store for delivery timing. 

MEISSEN occupies a unique position amongst porcelain makers worldwide. As the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, founded in 1710 by King Augustus the Strong, the dining services, sculptures and objects created by Meissen have been trailblazing since the very beginning. The manufactory\'s worldwide renown is rooted in artisanal expertise and centuries of artistic tradition, beginning from Meissen’s Baroque period, which laid the foundation for a design language for European porcelain, iconic floral painting and the “Onion Pattern”, all the way to the new animal sculptures of the 1920s. In every era, the Meissen manufactory gave rise to some the most significant porcelain artists of the time, whose masterpieces both then and now are produced entirely by hand. Their works reflect not only the great variety of artistic epochs, but also the boundless creativity and curiosity that continues to stoke the creations in Meissen Triebischtal to this day.

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Bluegrass Five PPS

$1,894
Only 1 in stock!

Bluegrass Series Plaque The Bluegrass Plaque is the only piece in the famous Bluegrass series which can be personalized with a headshot of your own horse painted on it. Please call Customer Service for photography details.

Delivery times on all Bluegrass items vary from 3-12 months.

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Bluegrass Series Plaque

Bluegrass Dinner Plate 11\ diameter

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

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Bluegrass Dinner Plate

$667
Only 8 in stock!

Bluegrass Salad Plate 8.75\ diameter

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

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Bluegrass Salad Plate

$456
Only 8 in stock!

Bluegrass Bread & Butter Plate 7.5\ diameter

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

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Bluegrass Bread & Butter Plate

$372
Only 8 in stock!

Bluegrass Coffee Cup & Saucer 6 oz. 

Accented in 24K gold

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Bluegrass Coffee Cup & Saucer

$399
Only 1 in stock!

Bluegrass Creamer 10 ounces

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

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Bluegrass Creamer

$462
Only 4 in stock!

Bluegrass Covered Sugar 6.5 ounces

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Bluegrass Covered Sugar

$471
Only 4 in stock!

Bluegrass Coffee Pot 48 ounces

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

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Bluegrass Coffee Pot

$1,055
Only 4 in stock!

Bluegrass Leaf Dish A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world\'s finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen. Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome new equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor\'s mansion. Please contact store for delivery timing. 

MEISSEN occupies a unique position amongst porcelain makers worldwide. As the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, founded in 1710 by King Augustus the Strong, the dining services, sculptures and objects created by Meissen have been trailblazing since the very beginning. The manufactory\'s worldwide renown is rooted in artisanal expertise and centuries of artistic tradition, beginning from Meissen’s Baroque period, which laid the foundation for a design language for European porcelain, iconic floral painting and the “Onion Pattern”, all the way to the new animal sculptures of the 1920s. In every era, the Meissen manufactory gave rise to some the most significant porcelain artists of the time, whose masterpieces both then and now are produced entirely by hand. Their works reflect not only the great variety of artistic epochs, but also the boundless creativity and curiosity that continues to stoke the creations in Meissen Triebischtal to this day.

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Bluegrass Leaf Dish

$686
Only 1 in stock!

Bluegrass Vase A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world\'s finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen. Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome new equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor\'s mansion. Please contact store for delivery timing. 

MEISSEN occupies a unique position amongst porcelain makers worldwide. As the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, founded in 1710 by King Augustus the Strong, the dining services, sculptures and objects created by Meissen have been trailblazing since the very beginning. The manufactory\'s worldwide renown is rooted in artisanal expertise and centuries of artistic tradition, beginning from Meissen’s Baroque period, which laid the foundation for a design language for European porcelain, iconic floral painting and the “Onion Pattern”, all the way to the new animal sculptures of the 1920s. In every era, the Meissen manufactory gave rise to some the most significant porcelain artists of the time, whose masterpieces both then and now are produced entirely by hand. Their works reflect not only the great variety of artistic epochs, but also the boundless creativity and curiosity that continues to stoke the creations in Meissen Triebischtal to this day.

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Bluegrass Vase

$2,190
Only 1 in stock!

Bluegrass Cachepot 7.5\ diameter

White with 24K gold edge and hand-painted equine pattern

Delivery times on all Bluegrass items vary from 3-12 months.

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Bluegrass Cachepot

$2,195
Only 2 in stock!

Bluegrass Beaker A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world\'s finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen. Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome new equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor\'s mansion. 
Please call store for delivery timing.

Meissen
Bluegrass Beaker

$440
Only 1 in stock!

Bluegrass Vase A setting so special, Meissen calls it Bluegrass. The world\'s finest porcelain and Kentucky world-famous equine traditions come together in the Bluegrass series from Meissen. Hand-painted on the Waves form on smooth surface, this handsome new equine pattern was designed in 2000-2001 in collaboration with L.V. Harkness & Company and presented exclusively to L.V. Harkness in 2001 by Meissen. Twelve place settings reside proudly in the Kentucky Governor\'s mansion. Please contact store for delivery timing. 

MEISSEN occupies a unique position amongst porcelain makers worldwide. As the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, founded in 1710 by King Augustus the Strong, the dining services, sculptures and objects created by Meissen have been trailblazing since the very beginning. The manufactory\'s worldwide renown is rooted in artisanal expertise and centuries of artistic tradition, beginning from Meissen’s Baroque period, which laid the foundation for a design language for European porcelain, iconic floral painting and the “Onion Pattern”, all the way to the new animal sculptures of the 1920s. In every era, the Meissen manufactory gave rise to some the most significant porcelain artists of the time, whose masterpieces both then and now are produced entirely by hand. Their works reflect not only the great variety of artistic epochs, but also the boundless creativity and curiosity that continues to stoke the creations in Meissen Triebischtal to this day.

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Bluegrass Vase

$751
Only 1 in stock!