The "tea caddy lotus blossoms and tendrils", hand-painted and limited, was first made in the founding period of the manufactory in 1710 according to Chinese models. At that time, cooper stoneware was used for the impressive handicraft. The front and back of the box, as well as the lid knob highlighted with high-carat gold, are square and hand-painted. The decoration of the box plays in its strict surface division with squares and testifies to exceptional craftsmanship. Hand-painted, these are based on ancient designs with stylized lotus flowers, which in many parts of Asia symbolize purity, fidelity and creativity. Designed with sharp fire blue, which sinks deep into the glaze at high firing temperatures, the motifs of the box, limited, have a special intensity and depth, which is emphasized by the fine contours of high-carat gold. They contrast the strict angularity with naturally curved lines - an enchanting play of contrasts that unite in perfect harmony. A perfect work of art. Limited to 50 pieces.