Scented candle in a white bowl made of original Meissen porcelain, including a nice box.
THE perfect gift!
Meissen porcelain is the first European porcelain from the 18th century and leading long time manufactory, which produced from its founding until 1863 to the Albrecht Castle in Meissen, then in a separate work. Founded in 1710 by Augustus the Strong as "Royal Polish and Electoral Saxon Porcelain Manufactory," it went in 1806 as "Royal Saxon Porcelain Manufactory Meissen" from the possession of the Crown in the ownership of the Saxon Treasury over. In the course of constitutional renewal of state property, the company called in 1918 "Staatliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Meissen". In the GDR, the factory was a state-owned enterprise. Since 26 June 1991, trading as "Staatliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Meissen GmbH", whose shareholder is the Free State of Saxony. The world's leading porcelain manufacturer is one of the most internationally renowned German luxury brands. The symbol for the Manufacture, the crossed swords have become.
Height appr. 6,5 cm and ø appr. 10 cm.