Floral motif with insects and white edge.
Sabine Wachs also designed “Woodland Flora with Insects"-a pattern which captures the vitality of nature. This pattern can be mixed seamlessly with “Waves" to create a truly stunning table.
The history of porcelain manufacturing in Europe begins in Meissen, Germany near Dresden, the cradle of European porcelain. Apart from the short-lived production of the Medici factory in Florence in the 1560's, Meissen was the first successful producer of hard-paste porcelain - or true porcelain - in Europe. Meissen's products, and those of its imitators, who came later, destroyed the supremacy of the oriental porcelain that had held a virtual monopoly in the world since Marco Polo opened the china trade in 1295.
In the 17th and 18th centurie