Swan Service Service Plate

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Art.-No.: 000001-05478-1

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With its unmistakable motif, this beautifully designed place plate stands out traditionally and elegantly as part of the world-famous "Swan Service". Created by master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler in 1737, this tableware transports the splendor of the Baroque and the elegance of 18th century table culture into the present day. The filigree relief, which frames a pair of swans swimming through reeds in the frame of a sea shell accentuated in the plate's mirror, is what gives it its name. This maritime theme captured in the place setting is traditionally characteristic of the more than 2,200 pieces in the dinner service. The "Swan Service" tableware is one of the most popular pieces of Meissen craftsmanship. The flawless quality and purity of the porcelain are reflected in the numerous pieces of the famous dinner service, which can be wonderfully combined with one another. The detailed workmanship of the relief on this place setting traditionally stems from the high standards of the Meissen quality promise, which characterizes every piece of this epochal dinner service with its enchanting finesse.
product details
Art.-No.: 000001-05478-1
Designer / Artist: Johann Joachim Kaendler
Year of Creation: 1737-1741
Materials: Porcelain
Height: 4 cm
Width: 32 cm
Depth: 32 cm
Diameter: 32 cm
Weight: 1200 g