MEISSEN is the first producer of white hard paste porcelain in Europe and discovered the secret for making this more than 300 years ago in the Albrechtsburg Castle, near the town of Meissen in Saxony, Germany.

Since 1722, all products from this manufactory bear the manually painted “crossed swords”. This sign represents the perfection of craftsmanship. Each and every product is original, and made and painted by hand.

Giftware and accessories made of Meissen porcelain are a true aesthetic pleasure. Vases, bowls, candlesticks, boxes, sets and figurines are filled with life and open to the observer in all its diversity and beauty.

The traditional range of customers of Meissen porcelain includes the richest families in Europe and Russia, such as Catherine II, the Stroganoff and Yusupov princes, Carl Faberge. Collections of Meissen porcelain and also be admired in many museums throughout the world.

In 2010, Meissen porcelain factory celebrated its 300th anniversary.