The "Bowl Sprigged with Flowers" with relief rim and finest painting in the old manner goes back in its form to dessert plates from a service of Count Brühl around 1730. The "Brühl'sches Allerlei" is the pattern of this plate rim, cut out and decorated with relief, which forms a grid of baskets and intertwined flower tendrils. The painting of the plate mirror in the old manner with copper colours is also inspired by early pieces of the manufactory. The rose is a recurring theme at MEISSEN, here surrounded by delicate flowers that give way to the queen of flowers. The colours are matched to the relief border and underline the harmonious whole of artistic form and painting. Limited to 50 pieces.