The "Cake Dish with Foot" is one of the original 2,200 porcelains of the "Swan Service" by Johann Joachim Kaendler. Once intended for the royal court of August III. , it now brings baroque dining into the present. The opulent service is still formed by hand and thus testifies to the high craftsmanship of the Meissen manufactory. The "Cake Dish with Foot" of the "Swan Service" presents the name-giving swans on the plate mirror of a seashell. The central motif of water is particularly noticeable at the base of the cake dish. It shows the high plasticity of the fine porcelain in the detailed wave relief. In a very special way, the light breaks on the relief of the cake dish whereby the porcelain shimmers in a unique way and appears almost transparent. Meissen - a very special gift.