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Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen

With over 240 years of history, Royal Copenhagen is famous for its exclusive porcelain, genuine craftsmanship and hand-painted embellishments.
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  • Blue Fluted plain cup with saucer
    25 cl-high handle $86
    In stock
  • Blue elements plate
    Ø 22 cm $56
    In stock
  • Blue Fluted plain plate
    Ø 17 cm $56
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  • Blue Elements egg cup 2-pack
    5 cm Sale $72
    (Reg. $81)
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  • Princess plate
    Ø 17 cm $38
    In stock
  • Blue Elements small bowl
    7 cl Sale $27
    (Reg. $31)
  • Blue elements deep plate 1
    Ø 25 cm $62
    In stock
  • Black Fluted plate
    Ø 22 cm Now $34
    (Reg. $37)
    In stock
  • Blue Elements bowl with lid
    40 cl Sale $101
    (Reg. $112)
  • Flora cup and saucer
    laburnum Now $59
    (Reg. $65)
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  • Blue fluted plain teapot
    100 cl $164
    In stock
  • Flora plate Ø 27 cm
    magnolia Sale $59
    (Reg. $65)
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  • Ole mug 2-pack
    31 cl $52
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  • White fluted vase
    20.5 Sale $101
    (Reg. $112)
    In stock
  • Flora plate Ø 22 cm
    laburnum Now $44
    (Reg. $49)
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  • Blue Fluted mega blue jug large
    1.6 l Sale $112
    (Reg. $125)
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Royal Copenhagen
Royal Copenhagen was founded by Queen Juliane Marie of Denmark in 1775, originally named the Royal Danish Porcelain Factory. Queen Juliane Marie was passionate about porcelain and made sure that the porcelain produced was known for its quality and fine craftsmanship – two notions that are still central in Royal Copenhagen’s production today. All products are manufactured in Denmark and painted by skilled porcelain painters. In order to paint on Royal Copenhagen porcelain, a four year training program is required.

To the naked eye, all painting on the porcelain looks the same. However, each and every single painter has their own painting style and can easily tell apart their work from others. All painters sign the pieces with the signature Royal Copenhagen mark of three waves. The three blue waves symbolize Denmark’s three most important bodies of water and are a testimonial to the authenticity, craftsmanship and fine design of the art of Danish porcelain production.