1739 ROYAL BLOSSOM

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Endless love in porcelain - Behind the filigree decoration lies probably the most romantic story in porcelain history: King August III impressed his great love Maria Josepha of Austria with the precious Snowball Blossoms of white gold in 1739. Each of the countless filigree blossoms is still formed by hand today. This is the highest craftsmanship, which also presents itself as precious pieces of jewellery. Inspired by the filigree splendour of the Snowball Blossoms, "Royal Blossom" in combination with precious metals and the finest gemstones - now also newly set with rubies - enchants today with exactly the same grace and elegance with which the "Snowball Blossoms" also gladdened the heart of the princess.
Enchant yourself with the beauty of the Snowball Blossoms as August III once enthralled the young Queen Maria Josepha of Austria.
Created in 1739 by master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler, the Snowball Blossoms are still one of the manufactory's most popular designs. Almost 300 years later, they are now reinterpreted as jewellery in the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection.
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    Royal Blossom Basic
    The invention of the iconic "Snowball Blossoms" in 1739 by the master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler not only established his reputation as a genius in the art of repairing, but also strengthened the manufactory's global reputation to the present day. In the Meissen jewellery collection, the filigree blossoms are reinterpreted: as settings on rings of yellow, rose or white gold, as pendants on fine necklaces or delicate ear studs. The flower stamp is replaced by a sparkling diamond. Then, as now, each individual porcelain flower is shaped, garnished and finally painted by hand. Like no other decoration, they embody the perfection of craftsmanship that has been practised at MEISSEN for over 300 years.
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    Royal Blossom Bouquet
    The "1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet" collection combines the Snowball Blossom made of white Meissen porcelain with white diamonds. Set in rose gold, white gold or yellow gold, the ear studs, necklaces, rings or bracelets of the collection combine fine jewellery, timeless design and the highest craftsmanship of MEISSEN. To this day, the "Snowball Blossoms" are among the outstanding designs of the Meissen manufactory. Created in 1739 at the behest of King August III for his wife Maria Josepha, the porcelain blossoms are now reinterpreted as jewellery almost 300 years later. To this day, MEISSEN continues to set standards in its jewellery collections by combining precious materials and the finest porcelain.
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    Royal Blossom Pavé
    Diversity and richness of design are the hallmarks of MEISSEN jewellery. A tradition whose origins can be found in the gallantries of the 18th century. Those symbols of friendship that were given as gifts as an expression of affection and trust. This includes the Snowball Blossoms developed in 1739 by Johann Joachim Kandler. With the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection, this decor has been revived in a wide variety of jewellery pieces. In a modern interpretation, delicate porcelain blossoms contrast with fine 750 white gold to adorn the "1739 Royal Blossom Pavé" collection. Each individual "Snowball Blossom" is made by hand and, depending on the item of jewellery, shines with a brilliant-cut diamond or diamonds set in a white gold setting.
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    Royal Blossom Frame
    The sparkle of eternity. Diamonds have always exuded a captivating fascination, not at least because no diamonds are alike. A filigree pavé setting of several diamonds set close together lending the jewellery in the Meissen "Frame" collection an extraordinary brilliance. A delicate "Snowball Blossom" made of fine Meissen porcelain is set in the frame and adorns necklaces, bracelets, rings and ear studs made of fine rose gold as pendants or trimmings. A sparkling diamond also replaces the pistil. The pieces of the Meissen jewellery collections are handcrafted, unique masterpieces that set elegant and personal accents.
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    Royal Blossom Basic Gem
    Endless love in porcelain - King August III impressed his great love Maria Josepha of Austria with the precious Snowball Blossoms already in 1739. Each of the filigree blossoms made of Meissen porcelain is still formed by hand today. This is the highest level of craftsmanship, which is presented in the "1739 Royal Blossom Gem" collection as a precious piece of jewellery. Inspired by the filigree splendour of the Sowball Blossoms, "1739 Royal Blossom Gem" made of 750 rose gold and the finest gemstones enchants today with exactly the same grace and elegance with which the Snowball Blossoms made of Meissen porcelain also delighted the heart of the Electress. Give the gift of unique jewellery with history and the "1739 Royal Blossom Gem" collection.
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    Royal Blossom Basic Pavé
    The Snowball Blossoms are still one of the oldest and most popular designs of the Meissen porcelain manufactory. Created in 1739 by master modeller Johann Joachim Kaendler on commission from August III for his great love Maria Josepha of Austria, they still adorn numerous Meissen porcelains today. With the "1739 Royal Blossom Basic Pavé" collection, the 18th century blossoms shine in precious 750 rose gold, adorned with small diamonds. This is how fine jewellery, timeless design and the highest craftsmanship are combined in the ring, the necklace and the ear studs of the "1739 Royal Blossom Basic Pavé" collection.
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    Royal Blossom Boule
    The "Snowball Blossom" pendants from the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection combine grace and elegance with the highest craftsmanship. The fine blossoms of white Meissen porcelain with a flower stamp in gold or platinum are made by hand and assembled into this pendant with a floral romantic character. To this day, the "Snowball Blossoms" are among the outstanding decorations of the Meissen manufactory. Created in 1739 at the behest of King August III for his wife Maria Josepha, the porcelain flowers were reinterpreted almost 300 years later as the "Snowball Blossom" pendant. To this day, MEISSEN continues to set standards in its jewellery collections in the combination of precious materials and the finest porcelain. MEISSEN - a very special gift.
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    Royal Blossom Rubin
    Behind the filigree, snow-white porcelain blossoms lies probably the most romantic story in porcelain history: King August III enchanted his great love Maria Josepha of Austria with the precious Snowball Blossoms in white gold. The new "1739 Royal Blossom Basic Ruby" collection made of high-quality 750 rose gold features a bright red gemstone that amidst the Snowball Blossoms made of the finest Meissen porcelain, which have been shaped by hand up to the present day and will accentuate your elegant outfit. Let yourself be enchanted by the "1739 Royal Blossom Basic Ruby" collection, each with a brilliant ruby.
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