The necklaces and pendants from MEISSEN are characterized by diversity and richness in design. A tradition whose origins can be found in the gallantry of the 18th century. The symbols of friendship that were given away as an expression of affection and trust. This includes the snowball blossoms developed by Johann Joachim Kandler in 1739. With the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection, this decor is revived in a variety of pieces of jewelry. In a modern interpretation, delicate porcelain flowers in contrast to fine 750 white gold adorn the necklace with 2 flowers. Every single "snowball blossom" is created by hand and shines in a white gold setting with a white diamond. In addition, the necklace is adorned with a flower set with 32 diamonds in a white gold setting.