Plate 1913, the Rozenburg Dutch Porcelain Company (1883-1914). The company was the first to create dishes in the Art Nouveau style. At the Paris World Exhibition in 1900, Rozenburg porcelain caused a sensation. Visitors to exhibition were impressed by the innovative design & quality of the tableware made in a thin translucent porcelain called "Eggshell". The product was such a success that it immediately sold out.