Meissen Porcelain Dinner Service, 189 Pieces

  • This stunning Meissen porcelain dinner service contains 189 hand-crafted pieces
  • The relief decoration is knows as "New Brandenstein"
  • Each piece is hand-painted with the "Flowers and Insects" motif
  • Because each piece is hand painted, no two adornments are alike
  • Get complete item description here
Item No. 30-0219

To speak to one of our experts, call 1-888-711-8084

Comprising an incredible 189 pieces, this impressive Meissen porcelain dinner service is an exceptional example of the firm's prized dinnerware. The bodies are crafted in the New Brandenstein relief pattern designed by Johann Friedrich Eberlein in 1744, which gives this service a distinct Rococo feel. The hand-painted enamel detailing is known as the Flowers and Insects motif and is executed with stunning vibrancy and intricacy. Since each piece is executed entirely by hand, no two pieces bear the exact same adornments. 

Similar, single dining pieces are featured in Meissen Domestic Porcelain by Günther Sterba, 1991, figures 83 through 86.

The pieces bear the Meissen blue crossed swords that date this service between 1850/60-1924.

97 dinner plates, 9 1/2" diameter
44 luncheon plates, 8" diameter
21 soup bowls, 9 1/2" diameter
13 dessert plates, 5 3/4" diameter
2 oval serving platters, 22 1/4" wide x 16 3/4" deep
2 vegetable dishes with lids, 11" diameter
a round bowl, 15 1/4" diameter
a round serving platter, 13 1/4" diameter
an oblong serving platter, 21 1/2" wide x 10 1/4" deep
an oblong platter, 23" wide x 11" deep
an oval platter, 18 1/4" wide x 14" deep
an oval platter, 20 1/4" wide x 15 1/2" deep
a large soup tureen
a large soup tureen platter
a small soup tureen
a small ladle 
Meissen Porcelain Dinner Service, 189 Pieces
Maker: Meissen
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Germany
Type: Dinner Service

Recently Viewed

Back to Top
back to top

Shopping Bag

Your shopping bag is currently empty.