The "Lidded Vase Fish" made of Meissen porcelain shows a swarm of floating fish, following the flow of a masterly brush stroke and the flowing shape of the opulent lidded vase. The elegant fish painting in cobalt blue is based on designs by Otto Eduard Voigt from the end of the 19th century. Maritime motifs by the artist were also inspiration for the thematically fitting service "MEISSEN Blue Treasures". An underwater world full of fascination, romance and longing. The shape of the 63 cm high Meissen vase was created in 1912 and is now used for the 2010 Limited Masterpieces as a projection surface for the maritime theme. In this way MEISSEN brings a maritime summer ambience and the highest quality standards of filigree craftsmanship into your own interior.