Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
  • Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
  • Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
  • Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm
  • Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm

Serving dish with Japanese Flower and Ornament Painting, Shape "Neuer Ausschnitt", L 33 cm


This classicist dish most beautifully embraces 300 years of Meissen® porcelain art. It was designed by Johann Daniel Schöne (1767-1843) very early in the 19th century. And its checkerboard pattern is a hundred years older still. It
draws on Japanese sources in the Imari style that were popular on account of their brocade-like splendour - an extremely sophisticated painting technique, even more so given that the diaper pattern has to be applied to a curving
surface, a real challenge. Our artist Nicole Drigalla sketches the design onto the porcelain with a pencil and then painstakingly paints the ornamental detail on in several layers using a pen and copper colours. Points of focus are
created by means of highlights in pure gold and the crossed-swords mark incorporated into the pattern. Juxtaposing strict symmetry with flurries of skittishness injects a captivating sense of modernity into this art from the past.
SKU: 584574-00290-1
Weight: 600 g
Limited to 25 pieces.

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