With the "MEISSEN Blue Treasures" service, the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe is bringing a newly developed decor with a maritime flair to your home. The dinner platewith the motif "Lobster" and a diameter of 30 cm is inspired by the designs made by the porcelain painter Otto Eduard Voigt at the end of the 19th century. The underwater world with lobsters, seahorses, shells and fish is applied in classic underglaze painting to the unglazed and only once fired porcelain of the "MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan" form developed in 2012. This tone-on-tone painting technique requires years of experience and maximum precision, because the cobalt blue color sinks directly into the porcelain and does not allow any corrections. Protection is provided by the manufactory's own glaze, which impressively shows off the pure white of Meissen porcelain and the decor with its sharp contours and details after the second firing. Thanks to this technology, all parts of the "MEISSEN Blue Treasures" service are dishwasher-safe, suitable for the microwave and stackable without hesitation, making them very suitable for everyday use.