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As the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe, MEISSEN has played a decisive role in the design of table settings and tableware since its founding in 1710. Its…
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Discover now our new Starter Sets "N°41 Wavesl Relief" and "Blue Treasures" - also as "Mix&Match" the perfect service.
With our breakfast sets you start the new day full of energy and joy.

Tableware Sets

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You are looking for the perfect addition to your VITRUV service? Then discover our various bisque porcelains from the collection, which will give your set table beautiful accents.
Pattern Cabinet // With this magnificent "Bouquet of Flowers ", the artists of the MEISSEN manufactory have brought porcelain painting to all new heights.
The floral relief of our "Royal Blossom" service is inspired by this historical decor and has a delicate feel and baroque elegance due to the velvety matt bisque, showing the richness of details testifying to the accuracy of the Meissen craftmanship.

Bisque Porcelain

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For the first time, the Crossed Swords have been reinterpreted as an independent pattern and take centre stage on the ʺN°41ʺ tableware series in brilliant yellow gold. Depicted individually or combined in various sizes, the pattern lends the purist tableware via link in bio a very distinctive brilliance and a touch of modern opulence.
As a luxurious gold-plated motif, the “Swords Luxury Gold” variant exudes a touch of opulence that is further underlined by the radiant white lustre of the porcelain.
The “Elegant Grey” variant of the “Swords” pattern makes a subtly elegant statement and highlights the timeless, clear design of the “N°41” table service collection.

N°41 Swords

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With "Paradise Birds", the sleek, purist "N° 41" service serves as the canvas for two brand new designs - an artistic conversation between historic bird illustrations set against a pastel background, and graphically adapted "Royal Blossom" flowers that adorn the lips of the plates. The design pays homage to the traditional genre of bird painting on porcelain - one of the most successful genres from more than 300 years of manufactory history.
In the “Paradise Birds” collection, the sleek N° 41 service acts as the canvas for two brand new designs – a juxtaposition of historic bird illustrations set against richly coloured background, and the graphically adapted “Royal Blossom” flowers adorning the lips of the plates. The latter are the result of in-depth colour studies in which pastel hues are layered on top of one another five times in an elaborate technique. The overlapping layers create a one-of-a-kind colour scheme.
In the “Paradise Birds” collection, the sleek N° 41 service acts as the canvas for two brand new designs – a juxtaposition of historic bird illustrations set against richly coloured background, and the graphically adapted “Royal Blossom” flowers adorning the lips of the plates. The latter are the result of in-depth colour studies in which pastel hues are layered on top of one another five times in an elaborate technique. The overlapping layers create a one-of-a-kind colour scheme.

N°41 Paradise Birds

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With “Royal Blossom”, the iconic “Snowball Blossoms” ​​are reinterpreted as a relief that gives the clear shape an exciting feel and stylish accuracy.
In 1739 Johann Joachim Kaendler created the extravagant “Snowball Blossoms” at the behest of King Augustus III as a gift to his wife. A symbol of love rendered in the finest of porcelain, the hand-formed blossoms – set petal to petal on countless porcelain object – required all the skills of Meissen’s artisans at the time. As part of the “Royal Blossom” collection, those revered blossoms bloom once more, reinterpreted in relief on the contemporary “N°41” table service.
In 1739 Johann Joachim Kaendler created the extravagant “Snowball Blossoms” at the behest of King Augustus III as a gift to his wife. A symbol of love rendered in the finest of porcelain, the hand-formed blossoms – set petal to petal on countless porcelain object – required all the skills of Meissen’s artisans at the time. As part of the “Royal Blossom” collection, those revered blossoms bloom once more, reinterpreted in relief on the contemporary “N°41” table service.

N°41 Royal Blossom

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With the service ʺNoble Blueʺ on the form ʺN°41ʺ, the opulent blue onion pattern is reinterpreted in a subtle decor and emphasized with graceful elements in red and gold.
Meissen’s ʺOnion Patternʺ was created in 1731 and remains the most successful blue pattern in the history of porcelain. With ʺNoble Blueʺ, its elements – peaches, melons, bamboo stalks and the chrysanthemum blossoms - are taken up and rearranged for the first time ever.
Which MEISSEN service is your favorite for your spring table?

N°41 Noble Blue

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Pattern Cabinet // Between heaven and earth, there is a mediator: In China, the colourful crane is seen as a messenger of the gods and symbol of longevity, immortality, vigilance and good fortune.
The Pattern Cabinet // This little bird has its origins in Indian bird painting. The original décor features brilliantly opulent flowers to either side.
The colourful crane takes centre stage in this innovatively designed arrangement, the bird’s grace being underscored by the filigree colour gradients. Across the world, cranes have been attributed with mystical properties and symbolic meaning, known above all as harbingers of good fortune. Originating in “old Indian flower and crane painting”, which offered the template for this composition, the crane motif has been reinterpreted with a fascinating geometrical pattern.

THE MEISSEN COLLAGE

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Created between 1844 and 1855, the "B-Form" service from Ernst August Leuteritz is a shining example of Meissen's historicism. Characteristic of this style is the liberal incorporation and even amalgamation of elements from preceding epochs, in particular from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo periods. This masterpiece of European dining culture is nothing short of lavish, almost ostentatiously so, resplendent in royal blue, and elaborate reliefs in 23-karat gold coating.
Created between 1844 and 1855, the "B-Form" service from Ernst August Leuteritz is a shining example of Meissen's historicism. Characteristic of this style is the liberal incorporation and even amalgamation of elements from preceding epochs, in particular from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo periods. This masterpiece of European dining culture is nothing short of lavish, almost ostentatiously so, resplendent in royal blue, and elaborate reliefs in 23-karat gold coating.
Created between 1844 and 1855, the "B-Form" service from Ernst August Leuteritz is a shining example of Meissen's historicism. Characteristic of this style is the liberal incorporation and even amalgamation of elements from preceding epochs, in particular from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo periods. This masterpiece of European dining culture is nothing short of lavish, almost ostentatiously so, resplendent in royal blue, and elaborate reliefs in 23-karat gold coating.

B-Form

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Get inspired by our new additions to the "Blue Treasures" service and discover your new favourite.
Pattern Cabinet // The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" collection go back to a design by Otto Eduard Voigt at the end of the 19th century. This is also the case with the "shell" motif, which is applied to the porcelain with the in-house colour cobalt blue.
The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" decor are an expression of the outstanding craftsmanship at Meissen. With just one color, the porcelain painters give the sea dwellers fascinating details and sharp contours, like the decor "Seahorse".

MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan

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Based off on the incomparable design language of the original, MEISSEN presents the deep gourmet plate, an impressive addition to the splendorous swan service.
Brunch is as individual as your MEISSEN table service - from sweet to savory, rustic to elegant, everything is included.
It is the most spectacular testimonial to a dazzling, bygone era, the opus magnum of German Baroque art: the “Swan Service” by Johann Joachim Kaendler. Commissioned in 1737 by Count Heinrich von Brühl, Prime Minister under King Augustus III and later head supervisor of the royal porcelain manufactory, the service of the century needed five years until completion. Never before had an ensemble of this scale been created, and with such a lavish wealth of sculptural details.

Swan Service

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The subtle grooves of the “Waves Relief” ensemble were inspired by a morning fishing trip embarked upon by Meissen sculptor Jörg Danielczyk. Like the rippled surface of the sea, the wave reliefs enliven the surface of each piece in the set. The rich detail and precision of the reliefs highlight the plasticity and unsurpassed quality of Meissen porcelain. The jaunty brushstrokes of aquarelle decoration created especially for this series accentuate the dynamism of the service forms.
With its clear lines and that consistently brilliant lustre for which Meissen porcelain is famed, the “Pure” porcelain ensemble is an eloquent expression of the vivacious dynamism of Sabine Wachs’ “Waves” form. In its “Pure” variant, the set succinctly captures the nautical influence on certain elements typical to the Meissen manufactory – the ring-shaped handles, curved spouts, and the bud design of the lid knobs – and thus conveys an energetic maritime joie de vivre.
With its clear lines and that consistently brilliant lustre for which Meissen porcelain is famed, the “Pure” porcelain ensemble is an eloquent expression of the vivacious dynamism of Sabine Wachs’ “Waves” form. In its “Pure” variant, the set succinctly captures the nautical influence on certain elements typical to the Meissen manufactory – the ring-shaped handles, curved spouts, and the bud design of the lid knobs – and thus conveys an energetic maritime joie de vivre.

Waves

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Pink and white roses with purple centres gracefully intertwined on Meissen porcelain. As its own genre, floral painting on porcelain has a long tradition at the Meissen manufactory that has grown continually throughout the ages and continues on to this day. Much like other decorative motifs, the depiction of blossoming plants on porcelain dates back to the manufactory’s earliest artistic development, which was heavily influenced by East Asian porcelain art.
Pink and white roses with purple centres gracefully intertwined on Meissen porcelain. As its own genre, floral painting on porcelain has a long tradition at the Meissen manufactory that has grown continually throughout the ages and continues on to this day. Much like other decorative motifs, the depiction of blossoming plants on porcelain dates back to the manufactory’s earliest artistic development, which was heavily influenced by East Asian porcelain art.
Pink and white roses with purple centres gracefully intertwined on Meissen porcelain. As its own genre, floral painting on porcelain has a long tradition at the Meissen manufactory that has grown continually throughout the ages and continues on to this day. Much like other decorative motifs, the depiction of blossoming plants on porcelain dates back to the manufactory’s earliest artistic development, which was heavily influenced by East Asian porcelain art.

MEISSEN Rose

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Whether plate, cup, bowl or our popular Starter Set: With our new service ʺN°41 Onion Patternʺ you bring the perfect combination of tradition and modernity to your table.
Discover our iconic ʺBlueOnion Patternʺ on the modern form ʺN°41ʺ and also combine our new decor variants ʺMesh Blueʺ or ʺMesh Greenʺ from the MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan collection. Shop the entire ʺN°41 Blue Onion Patternʺ service via link in bio.

Onion Pattern

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Behind the scenes // Our complementary pieces of the "Blue Treasures" collection are also all handcrafted and painted onto the porcelain using our in-house cobalt blue colour.
The ʺVevet Flowerʺ mug is adorned with several velvet blossoms - the ideal companion for the perfect start into the day with an enjoyable cup of coffee or tea.
Which new mug of the ʺThe MEISSEN mug collectionʺ is your favorite for a little relaxing break ?

The MEISSEN Mug Collection

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VITRUV is a modern interpretation of opulence in dining culture. The form couples the quality of a handcrafted service made from the finest Meissen porcelain with a sleek design and functionality. With its clear silhouettes and subtle elegance, the service stands for a new subtle luxury at MEISSEN, one that can take place at any time of day, without prior arrangements. VITRUV is the tableware service for an urban lifestyle.
VITRUV – the new service form – and its origins online. Its inspirations range from classical architecture to an ancient Japanese artform.
VITRUV – the new service form – and its origins online. Its inspirations range from classical architecture to an ancient Japanese artform.

VITRUV

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When the unique aromatic scent of coffee wafts through your home on a sunny Sunday morning, it's the perfect start to a wonderful day. But where does coffee originally come from, how did it become established in our culture, why does coffee from porcelain cups taste so particularly delicious and how do I find the perfect cup for my favourite coffee? Dishware, Tableware, Coffee Guide, Latte, Dinnerware, Coffee Cups, Enjoyment, Ideal, Food
IT'S A MATCH: COFFEE AND CUP
Learn more about the myth of "coffee" and the ideal coffee cup for your own personal moment of enjoyment with our Coffee Guide.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Get inspired by our new additions to the "Blue Treasures" service and discover your new favourite. Mystic Garden, Wild Poppies, Indian Flowers, Blue Orchids, Dinner Service, Flower Branch, Form Design
MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan Blue Treasures
Get inspired by our new additions to the "Blue Treasures" service and discover your new favourite.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Discover now our new Starter Sets "N°41 Wavesl Relief" and "Blue Treasures" - also as "Mix&Match" the perfect service. New Starter, Meissen, Service Design, Ornate, Old Things, Table Decorations, Plates
NEW IN // Starter Set N41 Waves Relief and Blue Treausres
Discover now our new Starter Sets "N°41 Wavesl Relief" and "Blue Treasures" - also as "Mix&Match" the perfect service.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Enjoy wonderful hours by the sea with our "Exploring the Blue - MEISSEN Maritime" porcelains and create your own personal picnic. Picnic Time, Table Settings, Porcelain
Picnic Time with MEISSEN Maritime
Enjoy wonderful hours by the sea with our "Exploring the Blue - MEISSEN Maritime" porcelains and create your own personal picnic.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Pattern Cabinet // The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" collection go back to a design by Otto Eduard Voigt at the end of the 19th century. This is also the case with the "shell" motif, which is applied to the porcelain with the in-house colour cobalt blue. House Colors, Innovation Design, Shells, Home Decor Decals, Pattern
Pattern Cabinet // Shell
Pattern Cabinet // The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" collection go back to a design by Otto Eduard Voigt at the end of the 19th century. This is also the case with the "shell" motif, which is applied to the porcelain with the in-house colour cobalt blue.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Behind the scenes // Our complementary pieces of the "Blue Treasures" collection are also all handcrafted and painted onto the porcelain using our in-house cobalt blue colour. Timeless Elegance, Behind The Scenes, Treasures, Handcraft
Behind the scenes // Underglaze Painting
Behind the scenes // Our complementary pieces of the "Blue Treasures" collection are also all handcrafted and painted onto the porcelain using our in-house cobalt blue colour.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" decor are an expression of the outstanding craftsmanship at Meissen. With just one color, the porcelain painters give the sea dwellers fascinating details and sharp contours, like the decor "Seahorse". Sea Dweller, Sealife, Seahorse, One Color
Pattern Cabinet // Seahorse
The moving underwater motifs of the "Blue Treasures" decor are an expression of the outstanding craftsmanship at Meissen. With just one color, the porcelain painters give the sea dwellers fascinating details and sharp contours, like the decor "Seahorse".
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Based off on the incomparable design language of the original, MEISSEN presents the deep gourmet plate, an impressive addition to the splendorous swan service. Design Language
Swan Service Goutmet Plate
Based off on the incomparable design language of the original, MEISSEN presents the deep gourmet plate, an impressive addition to the splendorous swan service.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Enjoy a picnic by the lake with our "Blue Treasures" porcelains, which bring the fascination of the world's seas to your table. Summer Picnic, Outdoor Entertaining, Panna Cotta
Summer picnic with Blue Treasures
Enjoy a picnic by the lake with our "Blue Treasures" porcelains, which bring the fascination of the world's seas to your table.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Constantly reflecting on one’s own rich artistic heritage is deeply rooted in the Meissen tradition. The filigree “Blue Orchid” decor is no exception. It is based on a 1970 design by Professor Heinz Werner. Heinz, Filigree, Roots, Reflection, Heritage
Blue Orchid
Constantly reflecting on one’s own rich artistic heritage is deeply rooted in the Meissen tradition. The filigree “Blue Orchid” decor is no exception. It is based on a 1970 design by Professor Heinz Werner.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Discover our new products and immerse yourself in the maritime world of "Exploring the Blue - MEISSEN Maritime“. Decorative Plates, Exploring, Blue
Exploring the Blue - MEISSEN Maritime
Discover our new products and immerse yourself in the maritime world of "Exploring the Blue - MEISSEN Maritime“.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Pattern Cabinet // Thanks to the extremely demanding painting technique with a perforated palette, the glowing gerbera fascinates with its liveliness and depth of colour. Painting the colorful, detailed flower requires highest craftsmanship and an exceptional knowledge of colours. Gerbera, Dinner Sets, Painting Techniques, Bloom
Pattern Cabinet // Giant Bloom Gerbera
Pattern Cabinet // Thanks to the extremely demanding painting technique with a perforated palette, the glowing gerbera fascinates with its liveliness and depth of colour. Painting the colorful, detailed flower requires highest craftsmanship and an exceptional knowledge of colours.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Let your service shine with "Mix&Match" and bring summery flair and colour to your table with our mesh decors. Colour
MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan Mesh
Let your service shine with "Mix&Match" and bring summery flair and colour to your table with our mesh decors.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
Enjoy the summer and start your day with a hearty breakfast. In combination with the mesh decors "Blue" and "Green", our service "Giant Bloom" brings colourful accents to your table. Hearty Breakfast, Accent Colors
MEISSEN® Cosmopolitan im Mix & Match
Enjoy the summer and start your day with a hearty breakfast. In combination with the mesh decors "Blue" and "Green", our service "Giant Bloom" brings colourful accents to your table.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain
With the service ʺNoble Blueʺ on the form ʺN°41ʺ, the opulent blue onion pattern is reinterpreted in a subtle decor and emphasized with graceful elements in red and gold. Blue Onion, Red And Gold, Subtle, Form, Service, Image
N°41 Noble Blue
With the service ʺNoble Blueʺ on the form ʺN°41ʺ, the opulent blue onion pattern is reinterpreted in a subtle decor and emphasized with graceful elements in red and gold.
Meissen Porcelain
Meissen Porcelain