Until today, the "Royal Blossoms" still rank as one of the most preeminent decorative motifs of the Meissen manufactory. Created in 1739 at the behest of King Augustus III for his Queen Maria Josepha, the porcelain blossoms have been reinterpreted nearly three centuries later as jewellery with gold and diamonds - retelling that most famous love story anew. To this day, every one of the filigree blossoms are shaped by hand, attesting to the artisanal perfection upheld at Europe´s oldest porcelain manufactory. This rose gold bracelet is the first piece of jewellery to incorporate the most delicate porcelain blossom, which has been crowned by a high-grade diamond. Every piece of jewellery is packaged in the new MEISSEN gift box and jewellery pouch adorned with an original Meissen biscuit porcelain ornament. Also available on request in white gold and yellow gold.