Rococoform in discreet green
The finely drawn tendrils of the SCHLOSSGARTEN pattern recall the decent leaf and blossom design of the 18th and 19th century. Warm green accentuates the natural resplendence of the SCHLOSSGARTEN pattern and underscores the elegance of the form.
Already in use for almost a quarter of a millennium, the oldest of the forms of FÜRSTENBERG accounts for all the demands formulated with regard to dinnerware. ALT FÜRSTENBERG was created in 1750, and is still being produced in its original Rococo style. Imitation of natural shapes is a main characteristic of Rococo, resulting in the roundbodied contours, double-curved handles and the lid-knobs modelled as a rosebud.