The pendant "Boule 3 Ming Dragons intertwined" on a white background shows one of the oldest and most popular decors of MEISSEN. The Chinese Ming dragon stands for supernatural wisdom, for the spirit of change, for sun, light and the male power of yang. Although it was created as early as 1740 after Asian models, its interplay with the various clear architectural forms made of Meissen porcelain makes it appear uniquely contemporary. Moreover, the typical Meissen depiction of the dragon with four toes in ancient China was actually reserved for the imperial princes. The eyelet is made of 18 carat white gold. The pendant comes without chain. Special designs are possible via the customer dialogue.