In the late 1730's the "Holzschnittblumen" (woodcut flowers) copied from botanical illustrations were used.
At times this type of flowers were accompanied by light shadows, birds and all manner of insects.
In 1739 these formers marks were replaced by impressed numbers, metal dies were ordered for the impression of these numerals. These are located near the foot ring but only rarely on the inner side of it.The term "Johanneum" was taken from the building in Dresden to which the royal collection was moved in 1875-76. In addition to chinoiseries, another decorative theme favored at Meissen during the 1720's and 1730's was the harbor scene.All of the provided information on Meissen marks is taken from two books:............ Polychrome or monochromatic views of harbors with ships, wharfs, dockside warehouses, and bales of cargo were typical. Herold (1700-1779) who was one of the outstanding painters at Meissen from 1725 to 1778.In the mid 1740's the "Deutsche Blumen" flowers was introduced, and in the 1755 the " Naturliche Blumen" were used.Meissen's production in the first of the 18th century established and set the standard for porcelain production in Europe.