Moser's Paula pattern was designed in 1902 and is a stunning product of the Art Nouveau movement. This collection was originally called "rose because it's unique shape imitates a flower's calyx. The cut stem is six-sided and the bowl has six relief corners. The bowl is decorated with a copper-wheel engraved motif of a rose sprig. Under the rim and on the edge of the foot are gilded engravings of two intertwined stems with thorn and leaves. Very ornate and unique.