Pay in 3 instalments with Klarna or PayPal.
Sign up for our newlsetter and get 10% discount on your first order!
Floral painting on porcelain has a long tradition in Meissen handicrafts that has grown continuously over the centuries and continues to this day. Based on the still lives of the Old Masters, roses began to appear as a motif in porcelain painting in the 1740s. Initially in bouquet form, the rose became popular as a single motif in the following period.
The graceful 'Meissen Rose' was developed from these paintings in the Biedermeier period. The design corresponds to the particularly striking still life paintings of flowers in the style of Georg Friedrich Kersting, a Dresden painter who was at the head of floral painting in Meissen at this time.
Although hugely influential on the style at this time, there are no designs proven to have been created exclusively by the artist himself.
Request a customised quotation for your needs.