In 1867, an extraordinarily magnificent porcelain table created by Ernst August Leuteritz in 1854 for the Meissen manufactory caused a sensation at the Paris World's Fair. A representative symbol of the wealth and power of the middle class at the time, this hand-painted table represents both a piece of furniture and a work of art of unparalleled elegance. In 2020, this unique work of art has now been reissued in an exclusive edition strictly limited. In the painterly composition of the tabletop, delicate bouquets of flowers are hand-painted and rearranged in magnificent colors such as noble purple, lime green and gold. The three main colors are reflected in the decoration of the leg and feet. A total of 91 hand-formed and hand-painted decorated flowers and countless small details adorn the ornate table leg, demonstrating the unique skill and richness of Meissen craftsmanship. A unique and breathtaking work of art, limited availability, which incomparably elegant enriches the porcelain history of the manufactory.