Variety and creative richness characterize the porcelain pendants from MEISSEN. A tradition whose origins can be found in the gallantries of the 18th century. Those friendship symbols that were given as an expression of affection and trust. The design repertoire ranges from animal pendants such as the MEISSEN pug - with naturalistic or noble gold painting - to hearts, in radiant porcelain white or with filigree painting, and porcelain balls hand-painted with the iconic Meissen designs or consisting entirely of the "Snowball Blossoms" from the "1739 Royal Blossom" collection. As statement pieces, Meissen porcelain pendants become the highlight of a casual as well as festive wardrobe, expressing one's mood and personality. The production according to traditional techniques also makes each pendant unique.
The porcelain pendants made of Meissen porcelain are little works of art, which are a real eye-catcher and always the perfect gift thanks to numerous details.
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The hearts pendants with a wide variety of decors on Meissen porcelain are a real eye-catcher and always the perfect gift thanks to numerous fine details. Whether floral decorations, animal depictions or even abstract motifs - with the heart pendants from MEISSEN you will make all hearts beat faster. Meissen, the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, draws from a wealth of styles dating back more than 300 years and thus creates new designs over and over again. Each creation that is realized with the finest craftsmanship is thus a modern interpretation of European art and cultural history. Each Meissen porcelain is made by hand and therefore gives them their uniqueness.
The animal pendants of MEISSEN have a long tradition whose origins can be found in the gallantry of the 18th century. The design repertoire ranges from animal pendants with naturalistic or noble gold painting to pendants in brilliant porcelain white. Depending on your personal taste and the occasion, you can find the perfect Meissen animal pendant for your stylish appearance. As statement pieces, they become the highlight of a casual as well as festive outfit and are an expression of your own mood and personality. Manufactured according to traditional techniques also makes each pendant unique.
The MEISSEN pug as an elegant piece of jewellery maintains an old Meissen tradition. Pug figurines have been made of porcelain at the Meissen manufactory since the 18th century. For example, Augustus the Strong gave his mistress Countess Cosel a porcelain pug as a gift. To this day, the enthusiasm for the dog breed is still alive, which is why MEISSEN dedicates a collection to it in which over sixty different pug figurines are represented. In finest artisanship, the pendants are given their characteristic appearance. Thus, the pug pendants are beautiful accessories that will delight not only lovers of the breed.
With consideration for the rich tradition, Meissen’s jewellery collections feature historical motifs and iconic decors, but also contemporary designs. The many different boules bear witness to the manufactory’s expertise and wealth of ideas. Diversity as well as creative richness characterise the pendants from MEISSEN, which are all handcrafted. The manufacture of jewellery can be traced back to the 18th century. The pendants were modelled based on 18th-century jewellery goods. Today, as in the past, it is the expertise and love of craftsmanship that make each Meissen porcelain special, which is why the "Boules" are also ideal as gifts.
Handmade, unique pieces of jewellery express not only a special appreciation for their recipient, but also for the centuries-old craft that has established the worldwide reputation of the Meissen manufactory. Whether heart-shaped porcelain pendants or elegant cufflinks – Meissen porcelain painters draw on a wealth of historical templates to create personal pieces of jewellery with monograms, initials or dates. Colouring, style and design details are coordinated in advance to immortalise your own ideas as jewellery – whether as a personal accessory or a special gift. Monograms can be realized in various colours and four fonts.
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.