The porcelain manufactory Meissen stands for modern opulence and has developed a rich archive of decors from over its 310-year history. With the "THE MEISSEN COLLAGE", curated motifs from the comprehensive archive are compiled within unexpected combinations, creating an entirely new design language. The chinoiserie created by Johann Gregorius Höroldt during the Baroque era are true masterworks of porcelain art that draw heavily from his distinctly European view of the Middle Kingdom. This imaginative interpretation is particularly characterized by its attention to detail, creating modern contrasts by pairing traditional silhouettes with geometrical patterns on this "Noble Chinese" platter. To this combination are added excerpts from the manufactory's arguably most famous motif - the Onion Pattern. Within the collection, different décors can be put together individually, offering countless possibilities for combination - as well with already existing table services.