As part of the Limited Edition 2021, the manufactory is dedicating its own series of wall plates made of Meissen porcelain to the comedians of the Commedia dell' Arte. Over the centuries, the Commedia dell' Arte was a popular source of inspiration for many famous Meissen artists. Probably the best known among them was Johann Joachim Kaendler (1706-1775), who created twelve figures at the beginning of the 1770s that are still among the most popular collector's figurines in the history of the manufactory. As a complement to the strong individual characters in this series, on the wall plate "Scene of Commedia dell' Arte" we experience a typical playful scene from the comedy with the somewhat coarse, witty, fast-talking Pulcinella. The design of the wall plate "Scene of Commedia dell' Arte" motif was created by Christian Schöppler after the painting "Pleasurable Outing of the Pulcinelli" from 1791 by the Italian Baroque painter Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo. For her motif, the Meissen porcelain painter Ines Baldauf has provided the cheeky servant with colourful clothes and a long hat, as well as a companion.