With his modeling skills and later as artistic director, Johann Joachim Kaendler decisively characterized the artistic heyday of the manufactory from 1730 and its reputation. His snowball blossom decor from 1739 is extremely popular both then and now and is also one of the oldest decors from the Meissen manufactory. For the ring with 2 flowers from the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection, the delicate porcelain flowers appear in contrast to the fine 750 white gold. Every single "snowball blossom" is shaped by hand and a white diamond shines in a white gold setting. To underline the floral, romantic character of this unique piece of jewelry, the ring of size 54 mm is adorned with a flower set in a white gold setting with 32 diamonds.