The 11, 3 cm tall Meissen porcelain "Can Snowball Blossoms" goes back to Meissens well known master sculptor Johann Joachim Kaendler. He created the famous "snowball blossom decoration" in 1739 for a service that King August III. gave to his wife Maria Josepha as proof of his love. Countless sculptured white flowers cover the can. The shape, relief and colourful decoration of the snowball blossoms combine to create a fascinating naturalness. With gentle strokes of the brush, it is possible to emphasize the sculptural naturalness even more. A cherry set in gold on the box gives it a very special elegance. Every single snowball flower of the "Can Snowball Blossom" is put on by hand with maximum concentration and attention to detail. Thus, it is still possible to admire its timeless beauty today. A unique gift under the Christmas tree.