Classic elegance with a touch of romance is exuded by the famous rose décor from the Biedermeier era of the mid-end of the 19th century. MEISSEN® floral painting on porcelain is a genre carved out by the manufactory itself overa long period of time and is still practised today. The white and pink-coloured roses entwine themselves gently on the décor. Their blossoms are slightly open and the stem has small thorns, so deceptively real that you feel as though you can almost smell the heavenly scent.The painter must think ahead while composing the motif because only a rather dull brown isavailable to him for the main parts of the motif. By applying the colour in varying thicknesses, he can influence the subsequent appearance andthe chromatic intensity of the blossom. A metamorphosis occurs in the third and final firing, when the rose acquires its radiant colour. This graceful queen of flowers blooms tastefully and elegantly throughout the year on the MEISSEN® Roses table service.
A subtle yet elegant dining service for the special events in life.