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MEISSEN Blue Treasures |
A summery breeze for modern table arrangements
  • “MEISSEN Blue Treasures” is a vivid example of how a historic pattern is given new life, applied to a contemporary dishware design. Transposed onto the “MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan” collection, the animated underwater motifs are themselves based on a sketch by Otto Eduard Voigt from the late 19th century. One of the most important hard-fire, or blue technique painters of his day, Voigt not only defined this genre at MEISSEN, but introduced innovative ideas that would radiate far beyond the manufactory. Many of his designs can still be found in the manufactory’s archives and continue to serve as a source of inspiration for subsequent generations of porcelain artists.
    The maritime motifs invite the viewer to discover not only the world under the sea, but also the treasures of Europe’s oldest porcelain manufactory.

    From lobsters and seahorses to seashells and fish peeking through a dense thicket of swaying seaweed: since their creation, these underwater motifs have held a particular allure, not least thanks to the lively hand-painted images in Meissen’s signature cobalt blue that capture the designs using fluid, dynamic brushstrokes, similar to the flowing movement of water itself.

    The true art of this monochrome painting technique is how it is able to create a wealth of nuance using only a single colour. This requires many years of experience and extreme precision. After all, the paint is applied directly to the unglazed porcelain, making it impossible to correct and leaving no room for error. The piece is then fired and the paint binds to the porcelain. The clear glaze – created using MEISSEN’s own signature formula – is applied before firing, protecting the piece during day-to-day use and making it dishwasher- and microwave-safe.
"“MEISSEN Blue Treasures” combines the refreshing feeling of a light ocean breeze with the grace and unparalleled quality of exquisite craftsmanship."
  • The successful service is now being expanded with two vases and two plates of the shape “MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan” and a mug of the shape “Berlin”. The very popular “Seahorse” decor is complemented by the “Lobster” motif on a plate and the “Fish” decor on a vase. With the new plates you will create individual plateaus and at the same time serve dinner on modern dining plates. The decorative vases invite to creatively design maritime table arrangements and with the new mug you start into the day just perfectly. Like the existing service, all new “Blue Treasures” decors are created with underglaze painting and are therefore dishwasher- and microwave safe.

    Since its debut in 2012, the “MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan” collection has been the epitome of timeless elegance and an architectural design vocabulary for the home. Its clear lines and sleek silhouettes were inspired by an array of uniquely luxurious décors and tactile surface designs: from classic white to the historic “Ming Dragon” design, from the structured “gold mesh” and “platinum-mesh” patterns all the way to “Blue Treasures”, the latest, maritime-inspired creation.

    The multifunctional dishware set can be mixed and matched to create stunning combinations, and is dishwasher- and microwave-safe. It can be paired in new ways every day, based on the event or your mood as the host, whether as a cohesive set or a unique assortment of individual pieces. A collection for creatives, individualists and champions of distinguished taste.