New, original 1735 design
"Belvedere" Fish salad / dessert plate in white with green rim designed during the times when the Empress Maria Theresa owned the Augarten porcelain company. It was named after the Belvedere palace in Vienna. It exhibits the generations of unparalleled craftsmanship synonymous with the renowned Viennese house.
A timeless style perfect for any occasion, the Augarten Greater Weever Dinnerware features a whimsical hand-painted fish. Painted on the Belvedere shape, a classic Augarten pattern designed in 1735, which has a gentle scalloped rim. Greater Weever was inspired by the vibrancy of Capri. Detailed with a turquoise edge to compliment the yellow and turquoise hues found in the painted fish. Pair with pieces from the Schubert and Belvedere collections for a sophisticated and balanced table scheme.They are sure to make a refined statement on your table, whilst remaining authentic in its quest for elegant Austrian classicism.
Also available with platinum, 24K gold or color rim and can be customized in multitude of hand-painted designs. The "Belvedere" collection is comprised of a complete service. Please contact us for colors and custom options.
Founded in 1718, the Augarten Porcelain is the second-oldest in Europe. Now as then, porcelain continues to be made and painted by hand. Each piece is thus unique.