The pomegranate once promised fertility and the blessing of children on Chinese porcelain, which made the long journey to Europe on merchant ships in the 17th century. Western connoisseurs valued the fruit, which was usually painted in blue, more for its refined aesthetics. It also characterises the Hering Berlin-Collection Granat, on which the shape was drawn in cobalt, sometimes as a whole, sometimes fragmented. The charming puzzle game extends over a multitude of shape variations and can be complemented particularly well with other décors that play into the blue, such as Silent Iron or Blue Silent. As the decor is dishwasher- and microwave-safe, it can also be used in the catering trade without any problems.