The Preuszisch-musikalisches Dessin dates from 1761 and was probably designed by the modeler Friedrich Elias Meyer. It consists of cartouches with rocaille outlines, in which flowers alternate with trophies, musical and astronomical instruments in low relief. The service on which this pattern was first used was intended for Frederick II of Prussia and painted, in contrast to the present service, in red and gold with flowers and with gold trellis on a red ground between the cartouches. Because this service was later owned by Frederick's general Von Möllendorf, it is also known as the Möllendorf service. Parts of the service with the green scales are to be found in the Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, the Museum für Kunsthandwerk Frankfurt (including another Wärmclocke) and in the Museum der Kunst Leipzig.