To this day, the "Swan Service" is one of the first services of the Meissen manufactory to enjoy worldwide popularity. In addition to the numerous Meissen porcelains for the former baroque table, Meissen's master model Johann Joachim Kaendler also developed numerous sculptural figures on behalf of Heinrich Graf von Brühl in 1737. One of them is the 8.5 cm high figurine "Dolphin", which reflects the maritime theme of the service through the naturalistic onglaze painting. Still shaped and painted by hand in the Meissen manufactory, this figurine brings the baroque flair to the modern age. As a single piece or in combination with existing services such as "MEISSEN Blue Treasures", the figurine "Dolphin" becomes an it-piece on the table at home.