The lavish "snowball blossom decor" is an expression of the extraordinary ingenuity of the Meissen exceprional artist Johann Joachim Kaendlers. In 1739 the master modeller created the delicate flowers at the behest of King August III. for a service from the recently developed porcelain, which shows his love for his wife Maria Josepha of Austria. For the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection, the delicate porcelain blossoms are contrasted with fine 750 white gold and made as jewelry. Every single "snowball blossom" is shaped by hand. This bracelet with a flower in a white gold variant shines as a pistil and inner petals with a total of diamonds in a setting that is also made of fine white gold.