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Desiree Denmark - Old Copenhagen Blue

Desiree Sven Jensen Denmark - Old Copenhagen Blue

Please find below a complete list of the Desiree Porcelain you find on our website, like Desiree Hans Christian Andersen Plates, and Annual Cup and Saucer, Mothers Day plates etc.

Please find more information about Desiree below the product listing.

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Complete centerpiece 2-layer, consisting of showed Desiree Hans Christian A...
Item no.
8920
Alt. nr.
892
Size:
23cm x 23cm
Before:
EUR 72.98
New:
EUR 63.21
1970-1980 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Jubilee pl...
Item no.
DJ1980
Year
1980
Size:
23cm
Price:
EUR 32.55
1980-1990 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Jubilee pl...
Item no.
DJ1990
Year
1990
Size:
23cm
Price:
EUR 67.14
1990-2000 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Jubilee pl...
Item no.
DJ2000
Year
2000
Size:
23cm
Price:
EUR 107.84
1982 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1982
Year
1982
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 16.14
1982 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1982-K
Year
1982
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 8.00
1983 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1983
Year
1983
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1983 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1983-K
Year
1983
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1984 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1984
Year
1984
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1984 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1984-K
Year
1984
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1985 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1985
Year
1985
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1985 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1985-K
Year
1985
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1986 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1986
Year
1986
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1986 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1986-K
Year
1986
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1987 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1987
Year
1987
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1987 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1987-K
Year
1987
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1988 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1988
Year
1988
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1988 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1988-K
Year
1988
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1989 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1989
Year
1989
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1989 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1989-K
Year
1989
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1990 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1990-K
Year
1990
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1991 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1991
Year
1991
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 13.43
1991 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1991-K
Year
1991
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 5.29
1992 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1992-K
Year
1992
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 16.28
New:
EUR 8.00
1993 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup with saucer
Item no.
DK1993
Year
1993
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 19.53
New:
EUR 16.14
1993 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1993-K
Year
1993
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 10.85
New:
EUR 8.00
1994 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1994-K
Year
1994
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 16.28
New:
EUR 12.07
1995 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1995-K
Year
1995
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 16.28
New:
EUR 12.07
1996 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1996-K
Year
1996
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Price:
EUR 43.41
1997 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1997-K
Year
1997
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Price:
EUR 43.41
1998 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK1998-K
Year
1998
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Before:
EUR 16.28
New:
EUR 12.07
2000 Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas cup
Item no.
DK2000-K
Year
2000
Size:
7cm x 9cm
Price:
EUR 43.41

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Desiree Porcelain Manufacturer

Denmark is famous for its porcelain wall plates made in blue under glaze. Bing & Grondahl, Denmark released the first Christmas plate in the world in 1895, and Royal Copenhagen released the first Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate in 1908.

The Désirée porcelain factory was founded by Engineer H.C. Thorbol in 1964. Prior to starting his own production, Mr. Thorbol was the managing director of Bing & Grondahl and the porcelain factory Norden in Copenhagen for some years.

In the late sixties Desiree decided to produce a series of Danish Collector plates, and in 1970 the first of a series of Mother´s day plates and later same year a series of Christmas plates were released.

Desiree Svend Jensen Mother's Day Plate
Desiree Mother´s Day Plates 1970-2002


Complete Price list etc.
Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Plates
Desiree Christmas Plates
Hans Christian Andersen
Plates 1970-2002

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Desiree Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Cup and Saucer
Desiree Cup and Saucer  Hans Christian Andersen Motifs 1982-2000

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Desiree Christmas plates - Hans Christian Andersen plates:

The motifs of the Desiree Svend Jensen Christmas plates are all related to Hans Christian Andersen. Some of the motifs show Danish buildings which were important to Hans Christian Andersen and some of them are found in the Hans Christian Andersen fairytales. The old tradition in Denmarksays that the Christmas plates should be hanging on the wall the whole year as decoration. At Christmas timeyou candecorate a perfect Christmas table with the plates and cups with same motif. There are a lot of ways of saying Desiree. In Denmark the full name of the factory has always been The Porcelain Factory Désireé, but in other countries the plates are know under Desiree of Denmark, SvendJensen of Denmark, Old Copenhagen Blue and simply Sven Jensen Christmas plates.

Find more details about Desirée Christmas Plates HERE 

Desiree Mother´s Day plates

The Desiree Mother's Day plates have been decorated with motifs showing a wonderful, unproblematic and innocent childhood. In total 25 different plates were released, with different motifs depicting this charming and fascinating world, many of us have experienced.

The designer of the Mother´s Day plates are among others, Maggi Baaring, Nulle Oigaard, Mads Stage and Svend Otto s.-  Complete price list and description of Mother´s Day plates

​See photos and prices of Desiree Denmark porcelain. Find among other things Hans Christian Andersen Annual Cups from 1982 when the series started until 2002.

You will find Desiree Denmark Porcelain Plates with motifs of Hans Christian Andersen fairytales, Desiree Denmark Old Copenhagen Blue Mother's day plates etc.

Desiree Svend Jensen Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Cup and Plate

The history of Desirée Svend Jensen - Old Copenhagen Blue

Desiree Denmark - Old Copenhagen Blue The Désirée porcelain factory was founded by Engineer H.C.Torbol in 1964. Prior to starting his own production, Mr. Thorbol was the managing director of Bing & Grondahl and the porcelain factory Norden in Copenhagen for some years.

Although stoneware was very popular during the 60's and 70's, Desiree took up the challenge of producing porcelain, in spite of the fact that production was made in Denmark, renowned for its porcelain tradition. The result was that the first Mother's Day plate was produced in 1970, and later the same year the first Christmas plate was released. Desiree Mother's Day Plate 1975. Buy online

Desiree's Mother's Day plates took their motifs from the world of children. In total 25 different plates were released with different motifs depicting this charming and fascinating world, we have all experienced. Among others Maggi Baaring, Nulle Oigaard, Mads Stage and Svend Otto S some of Denmark's finest artists have contributed motifs for these plates.

When Désirée introduced porcelain and the renowned technique underglazing in their production, it was used for the Mother's Day plates, and the porcelain Desiree Hans Christian Andersen Chrismas plate. The blue underglaze technique was invented by the very famous designer Arnold Krog working at the Royal Porcelain Factory during the 1880's and this technique gained admiration as well as world fame at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1888 in the very same exhibition, where the French introduced the Eiffel Tower.

Bing & Grondahl used this technique in the introduction of the first Bing and Grondahl Christmas plate in 1895, and they were soon followed by the Royal Porcelain Factory, with their introduction of the first Royal Copenhagen christmas plate in 1908. In 1970 Desiree followed their lead. At first Desiree primarily marketed their Mother's Day and Christmas plates on the US market, where they became known under the name Desiree Svend Jensen.

Desiree Hans Christian Andersen Christmas Plate 1975 Desiree Hans Christian Andersen Christmas plates were, from the beginning, inspired by the famous fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen. From the mid 70's Knud Thorbol took over the management of the Desiree factory and for the following years a wide range of products were developed by Lis and Knud Torbol among others the white tableware Polar. After introducing porcelain and the blue underglaze technique in the Desiree company in the 1970's a wide range of popular tableware was designed by Lis Torbøl and introduced in the company's product range. Examples of this tabletop are Misteltoe, Scandinavia and Springtime, all very popular at the time, and all produced in the handpainted underglaze technique.

Also a series of Desiree Svend Jensen Christmas Cup 1985Christmas Cup and Saucer with the same motifs as the Christmas plates was issued. This series started in 1982 and ended in 1998. From its start the porcelain factory was situated in Ringsted in very beautiful surroundings in the old village Benlose. Benlose is a suburb to Ringsted, now a part of Ringsted. Benlose got its name, because the area served as pastures to the large Benedictine monestary situated near the large and very beautiful St. Bendt Church.

The beautiful and rural surroundings made a significant contribution to the inspiration required to develope the many products. When Desiree set out in 1964/65, they produced primarily stoneware products for instance tableware, lamps and vases. Many people still remember the factory's first tableware Selandia, which was very popular for decades and widely spread in Danish homes. This tableware is known for its cylindric shape and the engobe decoration in iron colors applied directly to the off-white color underneath the glaze. Later followed the patterns Thule, Diskos, North Sea ( Vesterhav) and Jutlandia, all stoneware patterns and all with underglaze decoration.

Knud Thorbol, Son of H.C.Thorbol, participated in the development of techniques, products and sales from the beginning of this factory. During the 1970's Denmark housed a large number of porcelain manufacturers. In addition to the two leading companies, Bing & Grondahl and Royal Copenhagen, there were Kronjyden, Knabstrup, Soeholm, Eslau and Désiree. During the 1980's and 90's the number of companies producing porcelain was reduced, partly because of the increasing Danish wages and partly because producers from countries such as China and countries in Eastern Europe introduced their products. Production costs were much lower in these countries and consequently their products could be sold at a much lower price.

The two large porcelain manufacturers Bing & Grondahl and Royal Copenhagen merged in 1987. The smaller porcelain manufacturers had to close, among these Désiree and Eslau were the last survivers, but both had to close down production in Denmark soon after the turn of the millenium. Part of their production was continued in foreign countries.

See pictures of the production at The Porcelain Factory Desiree >>

Experience the making of Désirée Denmark porcelain plates

For the Désirée plate to become the beautiful little plate of art we know, it had to undergo a long range of different processes. Before any of the plates were offered in stores, they had to be handled by many different people. However, not all items got that far.

Click here to find all Desiree Denmark Christmas plates vintages 1970-2002 >>

Follow the plate's way from clay to porcelain plate through the photos below:

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

After having mixed the minerals kaolin, feldspar and quarts with water until a cream-like substance was achieved, water was removed under high pressure in a filter press.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

What was left was a filter mass with a water content of 18-20 %. This mass could be cast into plates and other items.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

To cast plates Desiree used plaster moulds. The Danish porcelain manufacturer was particularly known for their Mother's day plates and Christmas plates with motifs in blue under-glaze decoration.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

The motifs of the plates were hand carved as relief in a plaster mould, which was used for the production. This handicraft requires extensive knowledge by the artist drawing the motif and by the person modelling it. Applying this to the plaster mould as a hand carved relief was no easy task.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

From the hand carved original mould, the work moulds were made. Only a limited number of plates could be produced from each work mould. The mould then had to be discarded.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

Now the casting of the plates could begin. At this time the clay had been through a process of removing air pockets under vacuum. The moist clay was pressed into the shape of the clay cylinders seen on the left of the photo above. Then a slice of clay was cut off and placed on the plaster mould, which was then rotated.

During rotation the slice of clay was rolled out between the plaster mould and the so called roller head. This is the process which shapes the plate from the wet clay.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

After the plate was shaped, it went through a drying process. Still in the plaster mould it was controlled carefully, to make sure that all details in the motif was copied from the plaster mould to the clay.

Only the very best plates got through this inspection, and a large number had to be destroyed. Before the plates were sent on in the process, the edge was rounded off in a trimming process.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

The approved plates were then burned for the first time at a temperature of 940 degrees Celcius. When taken out of the oven, they were checked once again for possible cracks.

When they had passed this test, they were stamped at the bottom with the company trademark. This stamp included the manufacturer's name, the name of the plate's motif, the designer's name and the initials of the lady, who painted the plate. At the front side of the plate, the production year of the plate was stated underneath the motif.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

Now the very demanding underglaze decoration began.

This decoration was carried out by ladies with years of experience in this very unique skill. The ladies added and removed colour again and again to achieve a varying layer and strengths of the colour. After the next burning this was reflected in the many blue nuances the artist put into the motif.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

Prior to the second burning the decorated plate must be covered by a layer of glazing. I addition to water, the glazing includes materials closely related to the materials used in the production of the plate, but the mix of the materials were different.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen
In the following burning this caused the glaze to melt and then cover the plate and the decoration, thus forming "a transparent glass window".

This firing lasted approx. 24 hours from start to end. Not only is it important for the temperature to reach 1320 degrees Celcius, the time it takes to reach a range of temperatures on the way to the 1320 degrees is crucial.

Furthermore the chemical composition of the burning was constantly checked as seen in the photo above to ensure that the plates get the tone of colour, which gives them the most beautiful appearance.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

After having been burned, the foot of the plate was rough like sandpaper. Before the plates were sent to customers all over the world, the foot was polished in order to prevent them from scratching the other plates.

Desiree Denmark Svend Jensen

At the end of a long journey through many hands was the final expert quality check. This quality check decided whether the plate was found worthy of leaving the factory as a representative of the high quality standards required by Desiree Denmark.

Less than 50 % of the cast plates was approved.

Click here to find all Desiree Denmark Christmas plates vintages 1970-2002 >>

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