It goes by many names and silk print is also called litho (lithography) print, screen print, in-glaze decoration and print decoration.
In the beginning the decoration was printed on paper in the desired colors. It was then covered with a thin water-soluble layer. The motif was then subsequently cut out of paper and put into the water so it could be transferred to the porcelain and burned at approx. 800 degrees celsius.
Nowadays the technique is somewhat more efficient and widely used. The technique is used on the Christmas plates "Christmas in Denmark" and the series "Flora" and "Star Fluted Christmas". These objects can be cleaned in a dishwasher once or twice but cannot endure dishwashers more often and should only be washed by hand.
Examples of silk print: