1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet Ring, 52 mm
Order No.: MPJ10BL18652
The snowball blossom that adorns the ring "1739 Royal Blossom" goes back to the snowball blossom decoration, which Johann Joachim Kaendler designed in 1739 for August III. It served the king as proof of his love for his wife Maria Josepha. The sight of the delicate flowers from Meissen porcelain immediately enchanted her. The snowball blossom is one of the o ldest decors of the Meissen manufactory and the perfect Christmas gift. The ring made of 750 rose gold from the collection "1739 Royal Blossom" is decorated with a flower made of white Meissen porcelain. In the middle of the hand-made flower, a white diamond shines as a flower stamp. The two flowers in 750 rose gold highlight the floral romantic character of the ring. The ring with 3 flowers enchants with its filigree elegance.
Decor: blossom bouquet
Materials: rose gold 750
Weight: 5 g