The magnificent "Swan Service" by master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler with over 2,200 pieces was made from 1737 to 1742 and is still considered an opus magnum of German baroque art. Shaped by hand in the Meissen manufactory, the unique new addition to the "Swan Service" brings the baroque table and festival culture from the court of August III. Into today - in the tradition of MEISSEN. Based on the incomparable design language of the original, MEISSEN presents the deep gourmet plate in biscuit white of the "Swan Service", an imposing addition to the baroque luxury service. Central decorative elements such as the eponymous swan pair or the majestic heron adorn the bulging edge of the gourmet plate as delicate reliefs. Waves worked out in great detail emphasize the plasticity of the high-quality Meissen porcelain and symbolize the leitmotif of the water. Thanks to the biscuit porcelain, which is unglazed, the gourmet plate has a unique matt and slightly transparent porcelain structure.