Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and China
Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and China is produced by the official Royal Porcelain factory of Denmark. Its collectible ceramic wares are characterised by distinctive factory mark of three wavy lines above each other to symbolise Denmarks three seas Kattegat, Nordsøen and Skagerrak.
A wide variety of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and China can be purchased as collectibles and as characterful one-off pieces. Collections feature decorative items such as figurines and animals including cats and birds and other Scandinavian ceramics and tableware including cups and saucers, dinner services, bowls and plates. In addition, other decorative items include pin dishes, trinket boxes, wall plaques and whimsies.
Royal Copenhagen Designs
Some of Royal Copenhagens most famous ceramic designs can be selected from buying choices and are within categories from 1900 to the present day.
Still in production today, the Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica collection was originally manufactured in the 18th Century as a luxurious porcelain dinner service. Adorned with beautifully detailed botanical studies of plants and flowers, many items are prized by collectors and it remains to be one of the celebrated services which was first manufactured during a ‘Golden Age of porcelain.
Another celebrated Royal Copenhagen design is the Royal Copenhagen Blue Flower china and dinnerware collection. Featuring Denmarks rich flora and distinctive shade of blue, many items can be purchased as vintage and antique originals.
Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted plain was the companys very first design which was produced some 240 years ago and Blue Fluted collections can be purchased across many items, from tea sets to complete dinner services. Featuring stunning and delicate cobalt blue patterns and detailed florals, this pattern is another which has evolved to the present day.
In 1895, Royal Copenhagen began to produce Christmas plates depicting traditional scenes often in the factorys distinctive shade of blue. Some of these earlier items or limited editions can be purchased as rare designs sought after by collectors.