The border of green leaves in two shades is reminiscent of an evergreen myrtle wreath. A service with these myrtle leaves, framed by golden ribbons, was ordered around 1790 by Joseph Count Dietrichstein for his Brno palace. In the following two decades, numerous variations of the leaf décor were created; after all, the myrtle was an attribute of Venus and just right for the Romantic era, in which love and friendship were among the highest ideals. The "Schubert" shape, created in 1923, with its classical silhouettes and discreet ornamental details is still a classic of Viennese porcelain today.
Bouillon cup, Old Viennese leafed edge
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Bouillon cup of the service "Blättchenkante", a border of green leaves in two shades.
Lemon tin, modelled on a Sicilian lemon, wonderfully naturalistically crafted and painted with matt colour. This special lemon tin was created in collaboration with the internationally celebrated and famous designer Giambattista Valli. The box is part of his newly created Home Collection, which resembles a complete work of art in its composition. It can...
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The beautiful dinner plate in bright colour is a real eye-catcher on every table! You can easily combine it with plates in a different décor to refresh your look. The strong colour is bordered on the inside by a wide gold band and on the rim by a narrow gold rim.