The Complete Table: A Rosy Affair

The Complete Table: A Rosy Affair

Text by Britt E. Stafford • Photography by Caroline Smith

William Shakespeare’s titular character Juliet once said, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet….” And, as evident on this Moss Rose pattern, introduced by Rosenthal in 1950, the flower would be just as aesthetically pleasing with a different name. As roses are a traditional symbol of love and friendship, these beautiful blooms make for an inviting and affable motif for friends and family to gather around a table for tea. 

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