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ROYAL COPENHAGEN – Porcelain


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Blue Fluted Plain, Half Lace and Full Lace

BLUE FLUTED PLAIN
Blue Fluted Plain was Royal Copenhagen’s first dinner service design.
Today, 242 years later, it is one of the world’s most famous and desirable porcelain sets. Blue Fluted Plain is still produced as it has been since the beginning, where each piece is treated as a piece of art
and is lovingly painted by hand.
Designed in 1775 by Arnold Krog
Experience Blue Fluted Plain here
Blue Fluted Plain
Plate, 27 cm
BLUE FLUTED HALF LACE
Around 100 years after Blue Fluted Plain was born into the world,
it was dressed in beautiful lace. Arnold Krog, who had a flair for detail,
also designed the charming snail shells that adorn the lids and handles.
Experience Blue Fluted Half Lace here
Blue Fluted Half Lace
Plate, 27 cm
BLUE FLUTED FULL LACE
Blue Fluted Full Lace is rich in detail and is a testimony to
fine porcelain craft. Every little hole in the lace border is carefully
created by hand and accented with blue brush strokes.
Experience Blue Fluted Full Lace here
Blue Fluted Full Lace
Plate, 27 cm
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