The "Cup Japanese Floral Sprays and Grasses" shows typical Indian flower painting in a modern interpretation based on the Asian model. The form dates from about 1730/1740; the flowers and twigs were originally painted with a blue background. By adding the second, delicate red background colour, the porcelain painter Gudrun Paasch creates a new, effective play of colours. This gives the clear blue decor a counterpart in soft, warm red. Individual flowers and leaves as well as a 23-carat gold rim are also precious highlights. Limited to 75 pieces.