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Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plates 1908-2017

Find the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1908-2017 below. Almost all years in stock. High quality, fast and safe worldwide delivery. - The old blue china christmas wall plates are all made from high quality porcelain and are safe to be used for serving. They are also both dishwasher and microwave safe!  Also check the matching Christmas cups.

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates

The blue Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates are undoubtedly the most famous and best known all over the world. However Royal Copenhagen has through the years also released other series of Christmas plates, some of them with much more colours. 

Children's Christmas plates    Christmas in Denmark plates    Hearts of Christmas plates    Peter's Christmas plates

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By the lakes 2017, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2017
Alt. nr.
1021105
Year
2017
Price:
EUR 81.31
Ice skating in Copenhagen 2016, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2016
Alt. nr.
1016856
Year
2016
Price:
EUR 108.46
Christmas Days 2015, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2015
Alt. nr.
1901115
Year
2015
Price:
EUR 94.89
Hans Christian Andersen 2014, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2014
Alt. nr.
1901114
Year
2014
Price:
EUR 81.31
Copenhagen Harbour (The Little Mermaid) 2013, Royal Copenhagen Christmas pl...
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RX2013
Alt. nr.
1901113
Year
2013
Price:
EUR 80.77
Horn's Reef 2012, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2012
Alt. nr.
1901112
Year
2012
Before:
EUR 79.41
New:
EUR 71.27
Waiting for Santa Claus 2011, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2011
Alt. nr.
1901111
Year
2011
Price:
EUR 213.80
Christmas at Amagertorv 2009, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX2009
Alt. nr.
1901109
Year
2009
Price:
EUR 80.77
Copenhagen with blooming Christmas roses, 2008, Royal Copenhagen Christmas ...
Item no.
RX2008
Alt. nr.
1901108
Year
2008
Price:
EUR 80.77
Kronborg Castle 2006, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2006
Alt. nr.
1901106
Year
2006
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EUR 52.94
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EUR 47.37
Hans Christian Andersen's House 2005, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2005
Alt. nr.
1901105
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2005
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EUR 97.06
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EUR 80.77
Christmas Train 2004, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2004
Alt. nr.
1901104
Year
2004
Before:
EUR 70.59
New:
EUR 60.95
Season's Greetings 2003, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2003
Alt. nr.
1901103
Year
2003
Before:
EUR 53.62
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EUR 33.80
The Forest in Winter 2002, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2002
Alt. nr.
1901102
Year
2002
Before:
EUR 97.06
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EUR 80.77
Watching the Birds 2001, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2001
Alt. nr.
1901101
Year
2001
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EUR 40.04
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EUR 25.66
Decorating the Christmas Tree 2000, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
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RX2000
Alt. nr.
1901100
Year
2000
Price:
EUR 40.04
1999 Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate Italian
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RX1999-I
Year
1999
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EUR 32.58
New:
EUR 29.32
The Sleigh Ride 1999, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1999
Alt. nr.
1901099
Year
1999
Price:
EUR 26.47
Welcome Home 1998, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1998
Alt. nr.
1901098
Year
1998
Before:
EUR 79.41
New:
EUR 67.19
Roskilde Cathedral 1997, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1997
Alt. nr.
1901097
Year
1997
Price:
EUR 40.04
Lighting the Street Lamps 1996, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1996
Alt. nr.
1901096
Year
1996
Price:
EUR 40.04
Christmas at the Manor House 1995, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1995
Alt. nr.
1901095
Year
1995
Before:
EUR 176.47
New:
EUR 135.07
Christmas Shopping 1994, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1994
Alt. nr.
1901094
Year
1994
Price:
EUR 40.04
Christmas Guests 1993, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1993
Alt. nr.
1901093
Year
1993
Before:
EUR 122.71
New:
EUR 80.77
The Royal Coach 1992, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1992
Alt. nr.
1901092
Year
1992
Price:
EUR 47.37
Feast of Saint Lucy 1991, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1991
Alt. nr.
1901091
Year
1991
Before:
EUR 70.59
New:
EUR 60.95
Christmas in Tivoli 1990, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1990
Alt. nr.
1901090
Year
1990
Before:
EUR 70.59
New:
EUR 53.62
The Old Skating Pond 1989, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1989
Alt. nr.
1901089
Year
1989
Before:
EUR 57.42
New:
EUR 47.37
Christmas Eve in Copenhagen 1988, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1988
Alt. nr.
1901088
Year
1988
Before:
EUR 57.42
New:
EUR 47.37
Winter Birds 1987, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
Item no.
RX1987
Alt. nr.
1901087
Year
1987
Before:
EUR 41.54
New:
EUR 33.80

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Royal Christmas plates

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates 1908-2017

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates - Danish Blue Porcelain Christmas Plates as Wall decoration 

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates - Danish Blue Christmas Plates as Wall decoration

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates


Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates are some of the most famous blue Christmas wall plates and collectibles in the world.

Christmas Plate Royal CopenhagenThe first Royal Copenhagen Christmas wall plate was issued in a tiny edition in 1908 to test the interest. The Christmas plate was warmly received and since thena Christmas plate have continuously been produced every year. The Royal Christmas plates are distinctive, because of their famous blue and recognizable spruce branch, which surrounds the motif of all Christmas plates almost from the beginning.

The spruce edge, as we know it from Christmas plates today, have been the same on all of the decorative Christmas wall plates since 1941, but experiments with edges have been done much earlier. Already on the Christmas plate from 1909, there is an edge consisting of summer flowers and angels. In 1911, we have a real spruce branches with cones and in 1915 we see the edge as it looks today.

 

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1941Actually there was experimentation with different edges up through the 1920's and in the 1930's the edge takes more and more shape, and in 1941 we have the same edge as the one we know today.

In the 1960's and 1970's there were Royal Christmas wall plates in almost every Danish home. Either as decoration on the walls or savings in the attic. Unfortunately the interest in the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates decreased in the following years and these years does not have the same high commercial value as some of the others.

In 1987 the Royal Porcelain Factory merged with Bing & Grondahl porcelain factory and thus arose the name Royal Copenhagen in Denmark. Abroad the Royal Danish Christmas wall plates have always been known as Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates.

Today the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates are also used as dishes for Christmas parties, dessert plates for rice pudding or cake plates for your festivities. The Christmas plates are of course still hung up on the wall, as they have always been, but today they have multiple uses. If you cover your Christmas table with a white, red or blue tablecloth the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates fit beautifully. Along with white porcelain, they provide a beautiful contrast to the main tableware and is a beautiful reminder of tradition and Christmas through the ages, which has been a central part of our consciousness around Christmas.

The Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates started later than Bing and Grondahl's, but they are more famous around the world today. The plates are perfect decorations for both wall and table and with these old blue Christmas plates you can be sure to set a Christmas table that will amaze and amuse your friends. If you serve on the plate the motif will slowly emerge as the food is eaten revealing the wonderful image below in a slow fashion piece by piece giving the whole seance and extra dimension. This is especially true, if you have a set of plates with different images on them. Then every guest will have his or her own unique motif, when finished eating and if combined with the Christmas cups and saucers the whole thing could get an extra dimension. If there are to be played any games the serving of the food directly on the plate with the motif hidden and not matched to the cup and saucer makes for a great way of pairing of in groups, where the person with the plate motif is matched to the one with the cup motif.

Royal Copenhagen Denmark Christmas plates - Danish Blue Porcelain plates Denmark

In combination with the Royal Copenhagen Christmas cups, you can set a unique coffee table. In 1979 Royal Copenhagen started the tradition of making a Christmas cup and saucer with the same motif as the Christmas plate of the year. It gives you the possibility of setting a coffee table with the Royal Copenhagen Christmas Service, together with a coffee pot, sugar bowl, creamer and candlesticks.

Royal Copenhagen Christmas Table 2013:
Make a beautiful Christmas table with the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates as cake plate, and the RC Christmas cups:

Royal Copenhagen Christmas table - Christmas plates Christmas cupsRoyal Copenhagen Christmas table - Christmas plates Christmas cups

The very first Royal Christmas plate from 1908 shows Mary with the child and was designed by the great contemporary artist Chr. Thomsen. At the beginning the designers of the Christmas plates varied from year to year, but one of the designers among the first Christmas plates is Oluf Jensen. Since the mid-1960's Kaj Lange was a steady designer of the blue Christmas plates. In 1986, Sven Vestergaard took over and he has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates ever since.

Royal Copenhagen Xmas plates - Danish blue christmas plates

The history of the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates

Royal Copenhagen's first Christmas plate was released in 1908, 13 years after the first porcelain Christmas plate was produced by Bing & Grondahl.

Philip Schou engaged the very skilled Chemist Adolph Clement in 1883 and later, in 1885, the Architect Arnold Krogh, who became the manager of Royal Copenhagen. These two developed and refined the underglaze technique in such a way that Royal Copenhagen was able to release its first Christmas plate in the characteristic blue nuances in 1908.

Royal Copenhagen's first Christmas plate was only produced in 1908, and the tradition of only producing the Christmas plate in the year of its release has been followed ever since. The mould for each year's Christmas plate is destroyed, when the year comes to an end, and the plate can never be reproduced. This fact has made Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates from some years scarce, and especially the 1908 Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate, which was produced in a very limited number as Royal Copenhagen had no way of anticipating the success of the Christmas plate, is in very high demand by collectors all over the world.

The Royal Copenhagen 1908 Christmas plate is titled Madonna with Child. Christian Thomsen designed this first Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate in the well known blue nuances. The following years, Royal Copenhagen engaged a number of very talented designers to add their contribution to the motif of the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate. The Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate motifs have varied throughout the years, but as a whole, they have caught the "Danish soul" and the cultural heritage from which it has sprung. Starting with the Christian tradition on which most Danes built their lives in 1908, Christmas traditions, the Danish winter landscape, the ships sailing in Danish waters, the beautiful old Danish churches such as the Grundtvig Church, the round churches of Bornholm to very old houses in Aabenraa. Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plate offers one description of Denmark, from whence the Christmas plates originate.

As before Royal Copenhagen engaged a number of very talented designers to give their contribution to the motif of the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate. The first Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates from 1941-1945 were only produced in very limited numbers, due to lack of firewood etc. during the war. The Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate had previous only been a decorative plate sold to the better middle classes, but in the 1960’s, because of fast growing wealth in the northern part of Europe, ordinary people started to buy Christmas plates. Soon it became a collectible, which was to be found in almost all Danish homes. Those people who bought Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates soon experienced the demand for the Christmas plates rising considerably, and therefore the value of Royal Christmas plates boomed. Soon the decorative plates were not only decorative collectibles, but also an object of investment.

Gradually while the sale and demand for Christmas plates found a more reasonable level, the interest in investing in Christmas plates eased off and the plates were again produced and purchased as decorative porcelain plates.

Because of the increase of quantity of Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates produced in the 1970’s, there is a large supply of these years, while the plates from the middle of the 1980s and forth were only made in much smaller quantities and therefore some of these years are very difficult to find.

The 100th year of Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plate in 2008 was celebrated with a view of the Danish capital and the evocative theme: "Christmas in Copenhagen". Sven Vestergaard has decorated the 2008 Christmas Plate with his interpretation of the most beautiful towers of the Danish capital: the Stock Exchange, City Hall, the Round Tower, Christiansborg Palace, the Church of Our Lady, Our Saviour's Church and the Marble Church. Svend Vestergaard has been one of the designers behind Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plates since 1985, and with these characteristic towers and spires, he illustrates the unique landmarks of a city studded with truly rich architecture. The Copenhagen towers motif draws a direct parallel to earlier plate motifs; Our Saviour's Church appeared as a separate motif in 1917 and the Church of Our Lady in 1949. In front of the plate's towers, the artist has drawn a bouquet of flowering Christmas roses, inspired by the wonderful story about a poor girl, who wanted to bring flowers to manger of Christ. As she had no money, she wept so much that Christmas roses began to grow where her tears fell to the earth. Behind the towers we see the radiance that lights up "Christmas in Copenhagen". This is a fond reference to the first Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate, which was created a hundred years ago. On the 1908 plate the artist illuminated the Madonna and Child with the same radiance.

The Christmas plates remarkable journey

From the early 20th Century until today, where the plate has become a popular collector's item. The lovely wall decoration has made a long and remarkable journey. At the Nordic Exhibition of 1888 Royal Copenhagen (then known as the Royal Danish Porcelain Manufacturer) displayed a series of plates with the factory's three familiar waves and a royal crown all painted in blue. The plates were intended as advertising for the factory, and they made quite a stir with the public. Crown Princess Louise was so taken with them that she immediately bought one and rumors of the royal purchase spread like wildfire, with the result that people were soon queuing up to buy plates. The plates were incredibly modern and different. In an age when everything was decorated with curlicues and gold, the simplicity and restrained colour palette of the plates were something quite new. It was 20 years before the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate was born as a collectible, however by then a rival porcelain factory Bing & Grondahl had been batch producing plates since 1895. In the beginning, the motifs were selected on the basis of a contest among the factory's porcelain painters, which resulted in great variation in expressions. Later, artists took turn to supply the motifs, which were often based on various events in Denmark. One of the most well known plate motifs is the kneeling angle on the plate from 1945. At the time, the angel's prayer without a doubt symbolised gratitude for the end of the war and liberation of Denmark. Famous Danish landmarks including the Training Ship Danmark, the Little Mermaid, Tivoli’s Pantomime Theatre and Hans Christian Andersen's House, have also been featured on the plates. Hans Christian Andersen's House provided the motif for the plate in 2005, when the author's bicentenary was celebrated all over the world.

100 years of production unchanged

At Royal Copenhagen's factory outside Copenhagen, the plates are made in the same way as over a hundred years ago. The first plates of this type dates all the way back to 1895. The production of the plate of the year starts with the artist, who draws the motif. The artist's drawing goes to the model shop, where it is transferred to a plaster model freehand. Creating shadows and nuances of colour by scratching the lines of the drawing in relief on the white plaster demands great skill and accuracy. Once the original model has been cut from the drawing, copies are made of it. These moulds can only be used 30-50 times, so new ones have to be made constantly. Then the plate itself is moulded by pressing the porcelain paste down over the mould, on which the motif appears in relief. The delicate shades of blue that give the plate their character are produced by combining traditional porcelain painting with a special spray technique. The colour is sprayed on carefully in several thin coats and then partly brushed off again. This technique creates a special effect that makes it possible to produce fine shades and nuances. From under a transparent coating of clear glaze the colour shines out with a vibrancy all of its own. This technique is still recognised today as being typical of Royal Copenhagen's plates.

The 100th anniversary of Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plate was celebrated in 2008 with festivities and events in Denmark, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Italy and the United States. For this occasion, Royal Copenhagen produced an exclusive silk scarf showing 26 of the last 100 years of plate motifs. The gorgeous scarf in shades of blue was on sale in select stores in Europe and Asia. No other Christmas plate collection in the world can rival the long and wonderful history of Danish Christmas plates. Right up to the present day, every single year has seen the launch of a plate with changing motifs taken from Denmark's countryside, history and traditions.

Only two artists have designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates from 1980-2008, namely Kaj Lange and Sven Vestergaard. Sven Vestergaard designed the 2008 Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate. He has many years of experience designing for Royal Copenhagen.

Employed at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory as an overglaze painter, 1952-59.

Designer of the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory's Centenary Bowl, 1975.

Designer of Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plates, 1985-.

Own studio, working on a freelance basis for Royal Copenhagen, 1989-.

An early start....

At the age of 16 Sven Vestergaard was employed at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory as an apprentice in the overglaze department. The effect of this decision is still evident in his meticulous attention to minute detail and the subtleties of the porcelain medium.

In 1959 Sven left the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory and started working as illustrator at various Danish advertising agencies as well as Berlingske Tidende - Denmark's oldest newspaper.

...and a happy return

When the position as draughtsman in the factory's design studio became vacant in 1975, Sven Vestergaard, who had never lost his love for porcelain, was happy to return and develop his talents as an artist. That same year Sven Vestergaard's artwork was chosen for the Christmas plate, "Danish Watermill", his first Christmas plate in a series of many.

In 1985 he became designer of Royal Copenhagen's Christmas plates and in 1989 he got his own studio, working on a freelance basis for Royal Copenhagen.

Nedenfor finder du en opgørelse over de forskellige designere af juleplatterne:

Below you will find an overview of the different designers of the Christmas plates:

Christian Thomsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1908, 1910 and 1912:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1908 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1910 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1912

Stephan Ussing has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1909:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1909

Oluf Jensen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1911, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1923, 1925, 1929, 1932 and 1934:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1911 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1917 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1918 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1919 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1923 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1925 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1929 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1932 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1934

Arthur Boesen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1913 and 1914:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1913 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1914

Arnold Krog has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1915:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1915

Richard Bøcher has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1916, 1926, 1936, 1945 and 1951:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1916 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1926 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1936 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1945 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1951

Gotfred Rode has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1920, 1928 and 1931:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1920 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1928 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1931

Ellinor Selchau has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1922:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1922

Chr. Benjamin-Olsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1924, 1927, 1930, 1933 and 1935:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1924 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1927 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1930 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1933 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1935

Niels Thorsson (Nils Thorson) has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1937, 1942, 1943 and 1946:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1937 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1942 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1943 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1946

Herne Nielsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1938:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1938

Sv. Nicolai Nielsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1939:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1939

Kaj Lange has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1940, 1947, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 ,1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984 and 1985:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1940 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1947 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1952 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1954 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1955 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1956 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1961 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1962 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1963 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1964 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1965 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1966 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1967 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1968 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1969 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1970 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1971 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1972 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1973 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1974 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1975 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1977 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1978 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1979

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1980 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1981 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1982 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1983 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1984 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1985

Theodor Kjølner has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1941, 1948 and 1953:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1941 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1948 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1953

Viggo Olsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1944 and 1950:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1944 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1950

Hans Henrik Hansen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1949, 1957, 1958, 1959 and 1960:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1949 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1957 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1958 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1959 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1960

Sven Vestergaard has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1976, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015:

Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1976 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1986 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1987 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1988 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1989 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1990 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1991 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1992 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1993 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1994 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1995 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1996 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1997 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1998 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 1999 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2000 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2001 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2002 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2003 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2004 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2005 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2006 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2007 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2008 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2009 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2010 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2011 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2012 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2013 Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2014Christmas Plate Royal Copenhagen 2015

Allan Therkelsen has designed the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 2016 and 2017:

Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 2016 Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 2017

If you are looking for Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates with other inscriptions than "JUL" like  "Weihnacten" "Noel" "Vanoce" Please Click here to find our assortment 

Other Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate Collections:

Christmas of Peters Collectible plates from Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen Childrens Christmas plates

Royal Copenhagen Christmas in Denmark Collection

Royal Copenhagen Hearts of Christmas Plates from Royal Copenhagen

Christmas of Peters Plates
Royal Copenhagen
RoyalCopenhagen
Chrildrens Christmas 
Plates from 1998-2011 
Royal Copenhagen 
Christmas in Denmark 
 Plates  20 cm
Royal Copenhagen
Hearts of Christmas plates
26 cm 

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