• MEISSEN x Olaf Hajek
    Olaf Hajek’s vase collection for MEISSEN draws on the imagery of fantastic gardens and the secrets they safeguard.
  • Table etiquette for fish dishes
    Summer is the season for light fish dishes and seafood menus. As with all table settings, there are special rules to consider when setting the table for fish, crab or seafood, with porcelain tableware requiring dedicated foresight and consideration.
  • Crystal glaze vases – serendipitous beauty
    With its collection of crystal glaze vases by the artist Horst Gottschaldt, MEISSEN is paying homage to an exquisite art form whose roots in Japan and Korea stretch back more than a thousand years.
  • Underglaze painting
    Underglaze painting is a genre with a long-standing tradition at MEISSEN. The special technique requires years of experience and the highest precision and is only carried out by specialised underglaze painters.
  • MEISSEN Blue Treasures |
    A summery breeze for modern table arrangements
    “MEISSEN Blue Treasures” is a vivid example of how a historic pattern is given new life, applied to a contemporary dishware design.
  • The wedding table
    A carefully arranged table and seating chart create a charming atmosphere at a wedding reception and ensure that the event will be truly unforgettable.
  • Swan Centrepiece
    In 2019, together with the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, MEISSEN presented the result of an eight-year reconstruction project that brought together the expertise of the manufactory and that of the museum’s curators: the first-ever complete reproduction of Johann Joachim Kaendler’s Swan Service centrepiece.
  • Bisque Porcelain
    With its extraordinary fineness and silky matt surface, bisque porcelain exudes an unmistakable charm.
  • MEISSEN Jewellery Care
    The production of jewellery from Meissen porcelain traces back to the beginning of the manufactory in the 18th century: exquisite combinations of precious metals and stones, that have been made to love and made to last using centuries-old expertise and artisanal techniques.
  • Ode to a genius – MEISSEN celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday
    In 2020, MEISSEN together with music lovers the world over celebrates Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday, honouring a musical genius.
  • Worth knowing for festive dining
    Christmas is a time for friends and family – and a chance for many a home chef to demonstrate their skills and give their creativity free rein. It is the season of spectacular culinary creations, magnificent table settings, and, not least, of modern opulence.
    Just in time for the holiday season, BOSS and Meissen present the result of their pioneering collaboration that has brought together the two internationally recognized German brands for the first time.

  • Collect. Combine. Create
    Trends have always made their way to the table – this one invites you to mix and match, and showcase your own style!
  • The MEISSEN Birds Collection
    MEISSEN honours a traditional genre while upholding the legacy of one of the most successful design motifs of more than 300 years of manufactory history.
  • “La Maladie” by Chris Antemann
    An ode to the Augustus the Strong’s unrivalled obsession, the sculptor’s maritime masterpiece plays with a crossover of seasickness, lovesickness and even porcelain-sickness.
  • MEISSEN Icons: The Crater Vase
    A true masterpiece, this lavishly embellished vase boasts over 100 MEISSEN motifs – applied by 27 specialised painters by means of various techniques.