Mottahedeh BirdsongThis embossed design features raised cartouches showing birds in country landscapes. These are accented with gold filagree and interspersed between fields of salmon or blue. This pattern is derived from the Old World style of German landscape painting. Birdsong’s Rococo shapes were created by the Fuerstenberg Porcelain Factory of Germany in 1747, for Duke Carl I of Brunswick, the founder. For this updated version, Mottahedeh followed the duke’s theme of creating country scenes, and used the same factory. As the service includes over 50 shapes, many wonderful pieces will compliment the five piece place setting. The service is available in two colorways: periwinkle blue and salmon.