The "Vase Three Asian Ladies" based on the model of East Asia dates from 1721. The decor was developed by porcelain painter Annet Görner on the basis of drawings that she discovered in the manufactory's archive. Three young Asian women who contribute to the entertainment are depicted: One plays music on the lute, another plays songs or poems the best he can and a third one holds a quiver ready, which possibly contains game pieces. Golden arabesques play around and connect the graceful women who wear precious kimonos and jewellery. The free space in between is richly painted with small golden birds and flowering cherry branches, the symbols of spring and youth. Limited to 25 pieces.