It was thus common parlance in the 18th century to label all porcelains imported from China or Japan as being indianisch. The stylised vegetal and mythical-beast patterns on Chinese porcelain from the period are still referred to as "indianisch" or "Indisch" painting today. Anett Gerner has come up with a contemporary re-interpretation of this otherwise so riotously colourful style of painting for our latest series of Limited-Edition Masterpieces. Fanciful flower-heads abound on the wall plate, accompanied by decidedly inconspicuous leaves. In a departure from traditional indianisch decoration, our porcelain painter opted for a pared-down palette of shades of pink and purple with dashes of grey that are elegantly set off by the dark-black ground.