The "Vessel Chinoiseries" was created around 1735 for a magnificent courtly table. Women's heads can be found on the handles and a small artichoke serves as a lid knob. The painting consists of a small landscape and rich chino iSeries from the "Schulz-Codex", one of the most extensive collections of patterns from the Höroldt era at MEISSEN. Dragons, as beings of the fantasy world, decorate the lid. A rich gold refinement frames the highly artistic painting, in which every fibre of the palm trunk and every fold of the robes can be seen. Limited to 25 pieces.