Underlining the floral romantic character of this unique piece of jewellery, the "Ring, Tansanite Blue" is adorned with a rose gold leaf set with 16 brilliant-cut diamonds. To this day, the "Snowball Blossoms" are among the most outstanding decorations of the Meissen manufactory. Created in 1739 at the behest of King August III for his wife Maria Josepha, the porcelain blossoms are reinterpreted as jewellery almost 300 years later with the "1739 Royal Blossom Gem" collection and the accompanying "Ring, Tansanite Blue". Each individual "Snowball Blossom" is formed by hand. As a flower pistil, in a setting also of rose gold, a tansanite surrounded by five brilliant-cut diamonds shines in the "Ring, Tansanite Blue". For the "1739 Royal Blossom Gem" collection, the delicate Meissen porcelain flowers are contrasted with precious 750 rose gold.