DPH Trading Loading
Please Wait...
DPH Trading
The Danish Porcelain House
Shopping basket
Total items:
0
pcs.
 
Home
Outlet
Sell to DPH
• 45 years of experience
• Fast and safe delivery
Call us Mon-Thursday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
(+45) 66 18 95 95
Language:
?
Currency:
?
Delivery Destination:
?
Google Translate:
?
You can have the website shown in English, German or Danish.
You have here the opportunity to choose in which currency you want to see our prices. All prices will then be displayed in the selected currency (You can always change it again).
The prices shown are calculated based on the selected delivery area: In Denmark and the rest of the EU, prices are inclusive of VAT. If you choose that the delivery area is outside the EU, the price is always excl. (without) VAT.
You are here:  Frontpage / Brands / Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen

Info ▼

Here you will find a complete list of all the Royal Copenhagen porcelain and ceramic items in our assortment.

 
Number of items:   4433
Items per page:
<< Back | 1 | 2 | 3 | ... | 139 | Next >>
Show as:
Prices shown in:
Price is based on delivery in:
EU
Other countries

Choose delivery area.

The prices shown are based on delivery in the selected delivery area excl. freight cost and fee. (You find freight cost, by adding the item to the basket. - After stating you address, the system will show you freight opportunities and the related freight cost)

When EU is selected as delivery area all prices are incl. VAT.

If Other countries is selected as delivery area, VAT is not included in the prices shown.

info
Headache the four pains, white Bing & Grondahl figurine no. 2206
Item no.
1002453
Alt. nr.
B2206
Size:
12cm
Before:
EUR 37.92
New:
EUR 30.47
Toothache the four pains, white Bing & Grondahl figurine 2207
Item no.
1002454
Alt. nr.
B2207
Size:
12cm
Before:
EUR 47.27
New:
EUR 39.96
tummyache the four pains, white Bing & Gronbdahl figurine 2208
Item no.
1002455
Alt. nr.
B2208
Size:
12cm
Before:
EUR 47.27
New:
EUR 39.96
Earache the four pains, white Bing & Grondahl figurine 2209
Item no.
1002456
Alt. nr.
B2209
Size:
12cm
Price:
EUR 47.27
White Polar bear cub sitting timidly figurine, Royal Copenhagen no. 21435
Item no.
1003235
Alt. nr.
R21435
Size:
9cm
Price:
EUR 80.59
Standing powerful white Polar Bear, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 21519
Item no.
1003237
Alt. nr.
R21519
Size:
15cm x 21cm
Price:
EUR 237.02
White Polar bear lying down resting, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 21520
Item no.
1003238
Alt. nr.
R21520
Size:
13cm x 21cm
Before:
EUR 237.02
New:
EUR 216.03
White Polar Bear cub figurine, Royal Copenhagen no. 22745
Item no.
1003245
Alt. nr.
R22745
Size:
6cm x 9cm
Price:
EUR 72.05
White Polar Bear Cub figurine, Royal Copenhagen no. 22746
Item no.
1003246
Alt. nr.
R22746
Size:
7cm x 8cm
Price:
EUR 72.05
White Polar Bear Cub figurine, Royal Copenhagen no. 22747
Item no.
1003247
Alt. nr.
R22747
Size:
6cm x 10cm
Before:
EUR 90.07
New:
EUR 80.59
White Polar Bear Cub figurine, Royal Copenhagen no.22748
Item no.
1003248
Alt. nr.
R22748
Size:
7cm x 8cm
Price:
EUR 90.07
White rabbit figurine, Royal Copenhagen
Item no.
1003251
Size:
7cm x 7cm
Before:
EUR 80.59
New:
EUR 67.04
Thorvaldsen plaster plate, Spring, Royal Copenhagen
Item no.
1004868
Year
1850
Size:
15cm
Before:
EUR 50.65
New:
EUR 40.36
Thorvaldsen plaster plate, Summer, Royal Copenhagen
Item no.
1004872
Year
1850
Size:
15cm
Price:
EUR 50.65
Thorvaldsen plaster plate, Autumn, Royal Copenhagen
Item no.
1004876
Year
1850
Size:
15cm
Price:
EUR 50.65
Thorvaldsen plaster plate, Winter, Royal Copenhagen
Item no.
1004880
Year
1850
Size:
15cm
Price:
EUR 50.65
Greenlandic girl with Flower Bouquets, Royal Copenhagen overglaze figurine ...
Item no.
1007254
Alt. nr.
R12415
Size:
14cm
Before:
EUR 616.26
New:
EUR 440.05
Greenlandic boy with Bouquets, Royal Copenhagen overglaze no. 12419
Item no.
1007255
Alt. nr.
R12419
Size:
9cm
Before:
EUR 540.41
New:
EUR 446.28
Girl from Funen sitting with flowers, Royal Copenhagen no. 12420
Item no.
1007256
Alt. nr.
R12420
Size:
9cm
Before:
EUR 827.54
New:
EUR 541.09
Easter egg with blackcurrant, Royal Copenhagen Easter Egg 2016
Item no.
1019865
Year
2016
Size:
6cm
Price:
EUR 47.27
Easter egg with redcurrant, Royal Copenhagen Easter Egg 2016
Item no.
1019866
Year
2016
Size:
6cm
Price:
EUR 47.27
Smooth-haired Terrier sitting looking funny, Royal Copenhagen dog figurine
Item no.
1020051
Alt. nr.
R259
Size:
21cm
Before:
EUR 212.37
New:
EUR 182.71
Polar Bear, walking, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 320
Item no.
1020053
Alt. nr.
R320
Size:
9cm x 18cm
 
Lovebirds, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 402
Item no.
1020056
Alt. nr.
R402
Size:
14cm x 10cm
Before:
EUR 119.19
New:
EUR 107.00
Sleeping tabby Cat, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 422
Item no.
1020057
Alt. nr.
R422
Size:
8cm x 15cm
Price:
EUR 121.36
Pointer Puppies, Royal Copenhagen dog figurine no. 453
Item no.
1020058
Alt. nr.
R453
Size:
6cm
Before:
EUR 99.55
New:
EUR 87.90
Creeping cat, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 473
Item no.
1020059
Alt. nr.
R473
Size:
11cm x 45cm
 
Frog on Stone, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 507
Item no.
1020061
Alt. nr.
R507
Size:
4cm
Price:
EUR 39.14
Mouse on brown Chestnut, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 511
Item no.
1020063
Alt. nr.
R511
Size:
7cm
Before:
EUR 113.77
New:
EUR 94.67
Ducklings, Royal Copenhagen bird figurine no. 516
Item no.
1020064
Alt. nr.
R516
Size:
5cm
Before:
EUR 56.89
New:
EUR 52.14
Cat, playing. Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 727
Item no.
1020071
Alt. nr.
R727
Size:
6cm x 10cm
Price:
EUR 101.45

The item is now added to your Shopping Basket:

How do you want to proceed?

Go directly to the shopping basket

Continue here (Close window)

The item you consider to SELL to DPH is now added to your Sales Basket:

How do you want to proceed?

Go directly to the Sales basket, to finish your inquiry of selling to DPH

(Please note, we normally do not buy a single product from abroad, because of the extra expense of transportation, customs clearance, payment fees etc.)

Continue adding more items to the selling inquiry (Close window)

The item is now added to Ask DPH:

Go directly to send your inquiry to DPH


Add more items which you want to inquire or buy (close window)

Freight and Insurance cost will be calculated in the basked.

Please add the requested items to the basked. After your have typed your name and address. The system will inform you of possible freight alternatives, as well as cost each type. - Before you proceed to make payment.  

Freight cost are calculated on basis of:

  • Number of items
  • Size and weight
  • Country of delivery
  • Delivery Service

We do NOT add handling fee to your order, only freight cost will be added. 

No freight cost - collect your order!

You can save freight cost if you collect your order at our boutique in Odense, Denmark. Please call or write us to make an appointment for when to collect your item(s).

Find our address and get directions here



 

The item is in stock

Click on the green "Add to basket"-button to add it to your shopping basket.

We will handle your order once you have completed the payment. The order is normally shipped within 1-4 business days.

 

Do you need the item as a gift?

If you need the item delivered before a specific date please inform us about the wanted delivery date in the comments field before you complete your payment. Then we will try our best to make sure your order reaches the destination on time.

The item is not in stock right now - Why you cannot buy it today.


The reason for this can be one of the following:

Delivery time is longer than the normal 1-3 business days

Some items are sold out long or shortly or we order/make ​​only to order.

For such products, our standard delivery time will be 3-6 working days, but sometimes more.

Please feel free to send us an inquiry for the requested items which are shown as not in stock. Whereupon we check delivery options, and by return mail we will let you know availability etc.

or

The item is sold out and/or is no longer in production

Sold out items appears only in our web shop if there are a possibility that they can be acquired in the future.

If the item is not in stock, we offer to add it to our wanted list, and come back later when / if we are able to deliver. - Of course this is completely optional for you, it's totally free to be written up to an items, and you pay only when we find the item, and you can accept our price.

Of course you are welcome to contact us by phone (+45) 66 18 95 95 Mon-Thursday 08:00 am - 16:00 pm (GMT+1). or by ordinary email to info@dph-trading.dk

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

 

We do not have the requested quantity in stock right now.
We have added the quantity that we have in stock to your shopping basket.
These items can by bought right now.
The rest will be added to the Ask Basket.
You can buy the quantity that we have in stock now and send
us a quotation for the rest.
We will update your basket when you close this window.


Close window
<< Back | 1 | 2 | 3 | ... | 139 | Next >>

Royal Copenhagen LogoThe Story of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen was founded by Frantz Henrich Müller on May 1st 1775, a recognized chemist and pharmacist. With his tireless efforts he made Denmark's first porcelain factory possible. He was infatuated with the thin and fine porcelain he had come across when travelling in Europe - Meissen, Germany mostly.

Frantz Heinrich Müller experimented with the manufacture of porcelain after returning from his travels - and succeeded. "Danish Porcelain Factory" opened with King Christian 7. and Dowager Queen Juliane Marie as protectors.

The factory was situated in an old mail court in Koebmagergade, Copenhagen. Right from the beginning the factory had serious problems. Raw materials, firing, buildings, internal disagreements etc. - everything seemed to be problematic in spite of the fierce efforts of Frantz Müller and his employees.

At the beginning of 1779 the economy was so bad, that the factory was taken over by the king and renamed " The Royal Porcelain Factory" - Abroad known as Royal Copenhagen.

Royal Copenhagen Three WavesIt was decided from the very beginning in  1775, that the hallmark should be "Three Wavy Lines", symbolizing the three Danish straits (The Sound, The Little Belt and The Great Belt). With little variation all Royal Copenhagen products have been marked with this logo ever since.

In spite of the initial difficulties, the factory soon accomplished a high-quality production. Not untill 1780 had the factory "gathered" enough articles to open up the shop that had been planned from the beginning.

A shop was opened on the first floor in Koebmagergade. According to the cash books, the shop had nine customers on the first day of opening. The factory did not show any profits until 1795. And the Royal Family was always their biggest client.

By 1780 the rococo style is ousted in favour of the neo classical style with decorations in the contemporary German style. Naturalistic flowers in fresh colours as well as medallions in black or gray with typical motifs. Almost all figurines produced at the factory in those days were copies.

Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted coffee and dinnerwareAt the same time tableware in the blue and white colours were manufactured. The Blue Fluted service was produced right from the start, but it was the Flora Danica service that made the factory world famous. By late 1700's the factory survived on orders and commissions from the Royal family and the nobility. Especially tableware and big magnificent vases were popular. Articles that would today be priced in the million kroner class. Royal Copenhagen's first golden age ends at the beginning of the 19th century.

 

 

 

Royal Copenhagen Flora DanicaThe biggest commission ever was the Flora Danica service. "The Flora Danica service" was ordered by King Christian 7th in 1790 - supposedly meant as a gift to Zarina Katarina 2nd of Russia. Due to the death of the Zarina, the set remained with the Royal family in Denmark. The set was based on the national botanical works of the same name, publised from 1762. A very closely defined job, carried out by the German flowerpainter Johann Christoph Bauer who immigrated from Nürnberg. The job lasted from 1790 till 1802, and almost cost him his sight. When delivered the service included 1802 parts. Part of the original set is still exhibited at The Rosenborg Castle. The original set is still in the possession of the Royal family, and it is said to be used on special occassions.

Denmark, and thereby Royal Copenhagen, experienced recession following the bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807 and the national bankruptcy of 1813. There was shortage on most things including raw-materials for the porcelain production. Royal Copenhagen had to let most employees go in 1810, or put them on standby payment.

 

Royal Copenhagen White Female FigurineProgress in artistic development and innovation picked up in 1816. From The Royal Academy of Art professor G. F. Hetsch was hired to be the artistic leader in 1828. He advocated for "The Pure Style" and had studied the arts and the idiom of the Antiquity in Rome. Thanks to him Royal Copenhagen started the production of the much coveted bisquit-figurines, giving the factory a badly needed financial improvement. Moreover he was a big propagator of the late empire style. The prospect paintings were also favorites of those years. 

 

The Royal Copenhagen employees had received education from a French painter specializing in this art form. Ín the following period several items with motifs of for example Amalienborg Palace, The Round Tower and Rosenborg Castle were introduced.

Until 1857 G.F. Hetsch held the post as artistic leader. The founder of Bing & Grondahl - Frederik Vilhelm Grondahl was engaged as an apprentice in the throwing workshop in 1833. He stayed with Royal Copenhagen until 1852.

The absolute monarchy in Denmark was abolished in 1849. The old privileges and monopolies were dissolved and Royal Copenhagen was on its own. Royal Copenhagen participated in its first official exhibition in London: The Crystal Palace World Exhibition in 1851 - the factory still under the artistic leadership of G. F. Hetsch.

The first female "bluepainter" was hired at The Royal Porcelain Factory in 1868. So far this job had exclusively been handled by men. Quickly this field of work was completely taken over by women.

Royal Copenhagen AluminiaNew times of recession put Royal Copenhagen under the ministry of the interior in 1864. By 1868 the factory was privately owned until the successfull faience factory Aluminia surprisingly bought Royal Copenhagen in 1882. Probably this is what ensured the the continued excistence of Royal Copenhagen. After the takeover, The Royal Porcelain Factory moved to the Aluminia premisses in Smallegade, Frederiksberg. Administratively the two factories were merged, while they otherwise continued as two separate factories. The following year the Royal Copenhagen shop opened at Amager Torv.

 

 

Royal Copenhagen Arnold krog Blue Fluted Candelabra Arnold Krog (AK) was engaged as artistic leader, and he was responsible for the international breakthrough in Royal Danish porcelain. By the end of the 19th century the Aluminia factory "starved" in favour of Royal Copenhagen - in all respects. By 1885 the Royal Copenhagen shop moved to  Amager Torv 6, where it is still situated today.

When starting, AK had already decided to "straighten up" the by now some-what diluted blue pattern. In this period he designed the half and full lace versions of the Blue Fluted porcelain.

Customers all over the world wanted to accuire the new underglaze products. The porcelain factory had great success and the orders were pouring in.

During this period the Christmas plate was "invented", and factories all over the world followed in the steps of the Danish factories to produce the Christmas plates (and other decorative plates).

 

 

 

   

Royal Copenhagen Juliane Marie stampAround the turn of the century (about 1905) the Juliane Marie Crown is added to the RC hallmark. At first only applied to re-productions of articles from the 18th century, but later applied to all items - the crown now in a "new" shape. The look of the crown has had little changes and adjustments throughout the years.

"The Fan" service was introduced in 1909 - designed by Arnold Krog. He had already in 1885 been inspired by a fan, but the service was not produced untill 1909. It is also produced in green and in gold.

Royal Copenhagen Knud Kyhn Bear

 

Knud Kyhn (KK) - sculptor, was engaged by RC in 1904, where he stayed for the next 6 years, especially creating big figurines. He is one of several artists who have worked both at B&G and Royal Copenhagen. From 1909 he worked with Gerhard Henning (GH) at Royal Copenhagen. GH was a swedish-born artist who intoxicated with his opulent figurines inspired by the French 18th century art.

 

 

Royal Copenhagen Mermaid riding on seal with fish

 

He often created figurines with small groups of people in an adventure style a la the Orient. Kyhn and Henning created several of Royal Copenhagen's big Pan (Faun) figurines, today absolutely coveted. Both artists worked at Royal Copenhagen several times.

 

 

 

Patrick Nordström (PN) - Swedish born ceramic artist engaged at Royal Copenhagen from 1912 to 1922. He presented stoneware in 1914, on behalf of Royal Copenhagen, as one of the first in Denmark. Through his innovative experiments with glazes for stoneware especially he inspired others. He strove for perfection in the combination of stoneware and glaze. He developed several new glazes.

The Royal Porcelain Factory has up through the 20th century continuously been able to renew and develop - constantly engaging new artists, and new or redeveloping various production techniques. In this text we have not spent much time telling the Royal Copenhagen history later than the 1920's, as - in our opinion - this part of the history is told better elsewhere. The production of already existing products and series such as Blue Fluted, Blue Flower and the Christmas plates etc. is still continued simultaneously with the development and production of numerous new products, following or ahead of styles and trends of the time.

Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted tableware for saleRoyal Copenhagen Blue Flower coffee and dinnersets for saleRoyal Copenhagen Star Fluted Christmas tableware

During the 1970's Royal Copenhagen experienced a large growth in the sales and production of various collectibles such as Christmas and Mother's Day plates, Annual bells, Annual mugs etc. The Royal Porcelain Factory bought and merged with several other manufactures of the glass, porcelain or design producers in Scandinavia since the 1980's. Georg Jensen, KostaBoda Orrefors, Holmegaard Glass-works and others have merged with the old porcelain factory. Since the merger with Holmegaard Glassworks in 1985, The Royal Porcelain Factory has excisted under the name Royal Copenhagen.

Artists to be mentioned in recent years could be Sven Vestergaard, Ursula Munch-Petersen, Monica Ritterband and many more.

New products to be emphasized are various series, such as "Santa Claus", "Christmas in Denmark" and many others. The latest addition is "Blue Fluted Mega" - a re-design of the original Blue Fluted, created by Karin Kjaeldgaard-Larsen. Little details from the original service are "blown up" in big size. One major reason for Royal Copenhagen's continuing success is the decision to prioritize the quality of decoration on figurines and tableware. Royal Copenhagen has an artistic and qualitative high standard, and they offer their employees a motivating and artistic environment.

Royal Copenhagen annual mug 2010  Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate 1908 Royal Copenhagen dog Figurines

Safe and Fast Worldwide shipping

In Denmark we mainly send by Post Denmark, GLS or DSV. - Other Countries by FedEx, DSV or GLS. 

In Denmark shipping cost are free for orders over DKK.1000 (except furniture etc)  - To other countries shipping and insurance costs will be added to the order. 

The estimated freight and insurance will be determined and presented before you make any payments. This also applies when you receive an offer from us.

You can also save freight cost by collecting your order at our shop in Odense, Denmark.

Delivery terms

There are 2 types of delivery terms:

  1. Delivery of items in stock
  2. Delivery of customised/special ordered items and items not in stock

Delivery of items in stock

All items currently in stock are items that we currently have stored at our warehouse.

Items in stock are normally shipped immediately (within 1-4 business days). When your payment has been confirmed by us, you will receive an order confirmation.

Should the time of delivery be delayed beyond normal (i.e. orders of large quantity) we will let you know.

Attention! By delivery time we mean the time from the order is confirmed to the order is shipped from DPH Trading. Not the time between the order is made to the time you receive the order.

Delivery of customised/special ordered items and items not in stock

Customised/special ordered items and items not in stock are all items we do not currently store at our warehouse.

We are therefore depending of the various suppliers, dealers and collectors and the time of delivery is only an estimate.

In some situations it can be impossible for DPH Trading to predict the exact time of delivery if the items are specially ordered or customised.

Sometimes the items have to be produced from scratch. If the particular item is of significant age we may have to rely on private collectors who are willing to sell.

All the customised/special ordered items are delivered as close to the agreed delivery date as possible.

DPH Trading could take precautions for the delivery of entire or parts of an order. Part deliveries can occur. We always strive to inform you as quickly and efficiently as possible, should any deliveries change or be divided into separate deliveries.

In extraordinary situations negotiations can be made where the buyer are not responsible for the extra delivery cost in case of part deliveries.

Collect your items at our shop

If you prefer to collect your order at our boutique in Odense, Denmark you very welcome to do so. 

You can see our opening hours and contact information at the page top and bottom.

When you collect you order in person at our shop the freight cost is free. A visit to our store also gives you the opportunity to experience our amazing selection of items on display.

 

We can see that cookies are disabled in your browser!
Our webshop can not function without cookies!

Enable cookies in Opera:
1. Opera button
2. Settings
3. Privacy and security
4. Cookies -> Allow local data to be set
Enable cookies in Firefox:
1. Menu button
2. Options -> Privacy
3. "Firefox will:" dropdown -> Use custom settings
4. Accept Cookies
Enable cookies in Safari:
1. Action menu button
2. Preferences -> Privacy
3. Cookies -> Allow
Enable cookies in Internet Explorer:
1. Tools
2. Internet Options
3. Privacy -> Settings
4. Move the slider to allow cookies
Enable cookies in Microsoft Edge:
1. More button ...
2. Settings -> View advanced settings
3. Cookies -> Don't block cookies
Enable cookies in Google Chrome:
1. Menu button
2. Settings -> Show advanced settings
3. Privacy -> Content settings
4. Cokies -> Allow
SHIP WORLDWIDE! (Delivery - see more)
All prices are DPH´s sales prices. Prices are subject to errors and price alterations. Prices stated in other currencies than DKK are approximate.
Home
Outlet
Sell to DPH
• 45 years of experience
• Fast and safe delivery
Call us Mon-Thursday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
(+45) 66 18 95 95
 

Sell to DPH

New products

Outlet

About us

Contact

Guides

Gallery               Inspiration            FAQ

Terms and Conditions Buying from DPH

Terms and Conditions Selling to DPH 

General Data Protection Regulation

Facebook -icon 25x 25 Facebook

Googleplus -icon 25x 25 Google+

DPH Trading, Loekkegravene 49, DK-5270 Odense N, Denmark EU, info@dph-trading.dk
© Copyright 2017 - DPH Trading
Don't miss our home decoration tips, great offers for collectibles, events, promotions and much more...
We send newsletters approx. once a month, depending of the season.
Name
Email
Send me FREE tips and ideas etc.
TOP