1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet Ring

Order No.: MPJ10BL19600
4 g
The ring from the "1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet" collection enchants in 750 rose gold. The porcelain blossom that adorns the "1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet Ring" goes back to the Meissen Snowball Blossom decor that Johann Joachim Kaendler designed for August III in 1739. It served the king as proof of his love for his wife Maria Josepha.

In the centre of the handcrafted blossom shines a white diamond as a pistil. The floral-romantic character of the "1739 Royal Blossom Bouquet Ring" is underlined by two blossoms made of 750 rose gold. Thus, the ring enchants with filigree elegance and makes a wonderful gift. The Snowball Blossom has always been one of the most popular decorations of the Meissen manufactory.
Decor: blossom bouquet
Materials: rose gold 750
Weight: 4 g