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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.

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Vase with White Narcissus, Royal Copenhagen No. 2778-65-A Sale
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Item no: R2778-65-A Measurement: H: 20 cm x Ø: 11 cm
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Bowl with Hundshoved Hoejene, Royal Copenhagen Sale
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Item no: RNR985-12 Measurement: W: 9 cm x D: 9 cm
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Doe, Female, Royal Copenhagen figurine
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Item no: 1249465 Measurement: H: 26 cm
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1910 Royal Copenhagen, Child Welfare Day plate Sale
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DKK 399.00
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Item no: RB1910 Year: 1910 Measurement: Ø: 11 cm
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Nativity Scene, the ox of the stables, Royal Copenhagen
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Item no: 5021027 Measurement: H: 8 cm
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Royal Copenhagen sign "Den kongelige Porcelainsfabrik - Stentøj"
Royal Copenhagen sign "Den kongeli...
DKK 995.00
Item no: DG4352 Measurement: H: 8 cm x W: 15 cm
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1818-1898 Royal Copenhagen Memorial plate
1818-1898 Royal Copenhagen Me...
DKK 1,495.00
Item no: RNR018-G Year: 1898 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Blue Flower, Angular, Mocca Cup 11cl, Royal Copenhagen Sale
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Item no: 10-8562 Measurement: H: 6 cm x Ø: 13 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Plates with gilded decoration SET  (1870-1893)
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DKK 2,695.00
Item no: RD54 Year: 1870 Measurement: Ø: 23 cm
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Copenhagen Prospects no.1, The Stock Exchange, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Copenhagen Prospects no.1, Th...
DKK 249.00
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Item no: RPR01 Measurement: Ø: 27 cm
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United States Anniversary Bowl, E Pluribus Unum, Royal Copenhagen
United States Anniversary Bowl,...
DKK 4,000.00
Item no: DG1350 Year: 1976 Measurement: H: 15 cm x Ø: 34 cm
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Millennium figurine 2003 Emma, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Millennium figurine 2003 Emma, Roy...
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Item no: 1242747 Year: 2003 Measurement: H: 8 cm
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1902 Royal Copenhagen Memorial plate, King Edvard VII and Queen Aleksandra's Coronation Sale
1902 Royal Copenhagen Me...
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Item no: RNR042 Year: 1902 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Rustic Faience dish, Royal Copenhagen No. 870-2884
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DKK 295.00
Item no: R870-2884-F Measurement: W: 22 cm x D: 22 cm
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1936 Royal Copenhagen Memorial plate 1911-1936, DANSK ANDELS CEMENTFABRIK 1911 10 NOVBR 1936 Sale
1936 Royal Copenhagen Me...
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Item no: RNR278 Year: 1936 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Father with sleeping girl , Royal Copenhagen figurine
Father with sleeping girl , Roy...
DKK 2,475.00
Item no: 1249548 Measurement: H: 34 cm
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Blue Flower, braided, small dish
Blue Flower, braided, small dis...
DKK 95.00
Item no: 10-8273 Measurement: W: 11 cm x D: 7 cm
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Else Girl with her Christmas gift, Royal Copenhagen
Else Girl with her Christmas gift, Ro...
DKK 569.00
Item no: 5021098 Measurement: H: 10 cm
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Swineherd leading the pig, Boy with pig, Royal Copenhagen figurine No. 848 Sale
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Item no: R848 Measurement: H: 20 cm x W: 19 cm
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Royal Copenhagen/Aluminia Tranquebar, blue, vase
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DKK 449.00
Item no: 11-1239 Measurement: H: 11 cm x Ø: 11 cm
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Candleholder with flower decoration / Calendar Candlestick Royal Copenhagen Sale
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DKK 195.00
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Item no: 1641948 Year: 2006 Measurement: H: 5 cm x Ø: 13 cm
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1972 Royal Copenhagen Mother's Day plate, Oriental Mother Sale
1972 Royal Copenhagen Mot...
DKK 26.00
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Item no: RM1972 Year: 1972 Measurement: Ø: 15 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 50, Kalundborg church Sale
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Item no: RNR50-2010 Measurement: Ø: 8 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Coffer and Dinnerware set Frijsenborg Sale
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Item no: 1181000
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1997 Annual Mug, small, Royal Copenhagen
1997 Annual Mug, small, Royal Cope...
DKK 349.00
Item no: RKL1997 Year: 1997 Measurement: H: 7 cm
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Pekingese, black and white Royal Copenhagen figure of dog no. 1452-1776 (1894-1922)
Pekingese, black and white Royal C...
DKK 1,500.00
Item no: R1452-1776 Measurement: H: 12 cm x W: 6 cm
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Amager Girl, sowing in regional costume, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 1021099 / 1317 Sale
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Item no: R1317 Measurement: H: 25 cm x W: 16 cm
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1897 Royal Coepnhagen Memorial plate, AEGRO-TANTIUM 
MEDICUS
1897 Royal Coepnhagen Me...
DKK 6,400.00
Item no: RNR015 Year: 1897 Measurement: Ø: 30 cm
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Blue Flower, Angular, flat plate
Blue Flower, Angular, flat plate
DKK 240.00
Item no: 1108619 Measurement: Ø: 19 cm
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Angel with key, girl Royal Copenhagen
Angel with key, girl Royal Copenhage...
DKK 295.00
Item no: 1249118 Year: 2005 Measurement: H: 8 cm
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Polar Bear playing with its foot, Royal Copenhagen figurine no. 729
Polar Bear playing with its foot, Roya...
DKK 649.00
Item no: 1020072 Measurement: H: 6 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Annual Figurine 2022, Tiger
Royal Copenhagen Annual Figurine 2...
DKK 1,069.00
Item no: 1252054 Year: 2022 Measurement: H: 10 cm
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Mare with Foal lying close, Royal Copenhagen horse figurine No. 4698 Sale
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Item no: R4698 Measurement: H: 10 cm x W: 18 cm
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Peters jul Christmas plate no. 4, Royal Copenhagen Sale
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Item no: RNR555-4 Measurement: Ø: 19 cm
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Royal Copenhagen/Aluminia  Tranquebar, blue, dish, 38cm
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DKK 358.00
Item no: 11-929 Measurement: H: 4 cm x W: 38 cm x D: 27 cm
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Royal Copenhagen/Aluminia  Tranquebar, blue, egg cup
Royal Copenhagen/Alu...
DKK 225.00
Item no: 11-1006 Measurement: H: 6 cm
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2000 Royal Copenhagen Grandparent's plate No. 1903700 Sale
2000 Royal Copenhagen Gran...
DKK 225.00
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Item no: RG2000 Year: 2000 Measurement: Ø: 13 cm
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1872-1997 Royal Copenhagen Memorial plate, Unitis Viribus
1872-1997 Royal Copenhagen Me...
DKK 795.00
Item no: RNR013 Year: 1897 Measurement: Ø: 19 cm
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Vibaek Mill 1976, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate Sale
Vibaek Mill 1976, Royal Copenhage...
DKK 65.00
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Item no: RX1976 Year: 1976 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 78, Himmelbjerget Sale
Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 78, ...
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Item no: RNR78-2010 Measurement: Ø: 8 cm
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Boy with sack of gifts, December, Royal Copenhagen monthly figurine No. 4534 Sale
Boy with sack of gifts, December, ...
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Item no: R4534 Measurement: H: 17 cm
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Royal Copenhagen, hearts of Christmas series plate 2007, The Dove of my Heart
Royal Copenhagen, hearts of Christm...
DKK 699.00
Item no: 1917107 Year: 2007 Measurement: H: 16 cm
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1900 Royal Copenhagen Memorial Plate, 6 October 1830-1900 monogram - Extremely rare !!!
1900 Royal Copenhagen Me...
DKK 12,500.00
Item no: RNR287 Year: 1939 Measurement: Ø: 22 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 34, The Marble Church Sale
Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 34, ...
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Item no: RNR34-2010 Measurement: Ø: 8 cm
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Golden Edge White Coffee Cup, 1275/10522 Royal Copenhagen
Golden Edge White Coffee Cup, 1275/...
DKK 120.00
Item no: 12759067 Measurement: H: 5 cm x Ø: 14 cm
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Duck ready to fly to the sky, Royal Copenhagen bird figurine no. 1020124
Duck ready to fly to the sky, Royal Cop...
DKK 449.00
Item no: R2215 Measurement: H: 3 cm x W: 7 cm
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The church
 at Boeslunde, Soro County 1950, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate Sale
The church at Boeslunde, Sor...
DKK 595.00
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Item no: RX1950 Year: 1950 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Royal Copenhagen very early memorial plate with coat of arms (Before 1870)
Royal Copenhagen very early memori...
DKK 1,498.00
Item no: DV3177 Year: 1979 Measurement: Ø: 23 cm
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Church plate, Cathedral of Roskilde, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Church plate, Cathedral of Rosk...
DKK 149.00
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Item no: RNR1-4754 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Hans Christian Andersen Fairytale plate, The Ugly Duckling, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Hans Christian Andersen Fairytal...
DKK 295.00
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Item no: RNR528-07 Measurement: Ø: 19 cm
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White decoration set in two parts 27cm, Royal Copenhagen (1870-1893
White decoration set in two parts 27...
DKK 2,800.00
Item no: RD70 Measurement: H: 7 cm x W: 27 cm x D: 15 cm
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Liselund Saucer Dark blue, Royal Copenhagen
Liselund Saucer Dark blue, Royal C...
DKK 50.00
Item no: 1273073 Measurement: Ø: 14 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 22, Roskilde Cathedral Sale
Royal Copenhagen Plaquette no. 22, ...
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Item no: RNR22-2010 Measurement: Ø: 8 cm
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Royal Copenhagen Dealer plate/sign "Die Königliche Porzellanmanufaktur Kopenhagen"
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DKK 1,500.00
Item no: RNR781C Measurement: Ø: 25 cm
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Bowl with Firehoeje, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Bowl with Firehoeje, Royal C...
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Item no: RNR985-11 Measurement: W: 9 cm x D: 9 cm
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Geese in snowcovered courtyard 1969, Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate Sale
Geese in snowcovered cou...
DKK 69.00
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Item no: RX1969 Year: 1969 Measurement: Ø: 18 cm
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Plate with Pansy flower Royal Copenhagen No. 238
Plate with Pansy flower Royal Cope...
DKK 392.00
Item no: R238 Measurement: Ø: 20 cm
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Blue Fluted, Full Lace, Candle ring with coin 2 Krone
Blue Fluted, Full Lace, Candle ring ...
DKK 899.00
Item no: 1-1009-1 Year: 1930 Measurement: Ø: 9 cm
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2019 Royal Copenhagen Christmas Cup, Meeting in the field
2019 Royal Copenhagen Chri...
DKK 685.00
Item no: RK2019 Year: 2019 Measurement: H: 7 cm
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Royal Copenhagen/Aluminia  Tranquebar, blue, Oval Dish
Royal Copenhagen/Alu...
DKK 295.00
Item no: 11-1102 Measurement: H: 3 cm x W: 23 cm x D: 17 cm
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Royal Copenhagen mix of coffee servies

The Story of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

The Royal Copenhagen factory was situated in an old mail court in Koebmagergade, Copenhagen.

It 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.

The Royal Porcelain Factory

Right from the beginning the factory had serious problems with 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.

In spite of the initial difficulties, the factory soon accomplished a high-quality production. Not until 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 service

The oldest service

At 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 Danica stel

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica stel

The 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, published from 1762. A very closely defined job, carried out by the German flowerpainter Johann Christoph Bauer who emigrated 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 occasions.

"The Pure Style"

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.

Progress 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.

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

An apprentice becomes a competitor

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.

On April 19, 1853, Bing & Groendahl was founded and became a direct competitor to Royal Copenhagen. 

New times

New times of recession put Royal Copenhagen under the ministry of the interior in 1864. By 1868 the factory was privately owned until the successful faience factory Aluminia surprisingly bought Royal Copenhagen in 1882. Probably this is what ensured the the continued existence of Royal Copenhagen. After the takeover, The Royal Porcelain Factory moved to the Aluminia premisses in Smallegade, Frederiksberg.

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

Royal Copenhagen Arnold Krog Blue Fluted porcelain

Administratively the two factories were merged, while they otherwise continued as two separate factories. The following year the Royal Copenhagen shop opened at Amagertorv. Arnold Krog 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.

Arnold Krog had from his very start at Royal Copenhagen already decided to "straighten up" the by now somewhat diluted blue pattern. In this period he designed the half and full lace versions of the Blue Fluted porcelain.


In 1980 Royal Copenhagen a store in Paris, France, and 7 years later another one on the fashionable "Old Bond Street" in London, England.
Customers all over the world wanted to acquire 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).

"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 until 1909. It is also produced in green and in gold.

Knud Kyhn, sculptor, was engaged by Royal Copenhagen 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 Bing & Groendahl and Royal Copenhagen. From 1909 he worked with Gerhard Henning at Royal Copenhagen. Gerhard Henning was a swedish-born artist who intoxicated with his opulent figurines inspired by the French 18th century art.

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.

By 1885 the Royal Copenhagen shop moved to Amager Torv 6, where it is still situated today.

New artists and production techniques

Patrick Nordström, a swedish ceramicist hired by Royal Copenhagen from 1912 to 1922, was in 1914 one of the first in Denmark to showcase stoneware at Royal Copenhagen. Patrick Nordström created a road for other artists in regards to experimenting with glaze for stoneware, etc. He always strived after perfection in unifying glaze and stoneware, and developed several new glazes over time.

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.

We have not spent a lot of time telling the Royal Copenhagen history later than the 1920's in this text, 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.

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 existed under the name Royal Copenhagen (often referred to as RC).

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.

Today Royal Copenhagen is part of Fiskars Group and the production takes place in Thailand. 

Facts about Royal Copenhagen:

When was Royal Copenhagen established?

  • Royal Copenhagen was established in 1775.

Why is the trademark of Royal Copenhagen three wavy blue lines?

  • The three wavy blue lines of the Royal Copenhagen trademark represents the three straits of Denmark; The Sound, The Little Belt and The Great Belt.

Which is the most famous dinnerware of Royal Copenhagen?

  • The most famous commonly available dinnerware from Royal Copenhagen is the Blue Fluted Dinnerware. Other than that there is the hugely expensive and delicate Flora Danica originally made for Zarina Catharina of Russia.

Who owns Royal Copenhagen today?

  • Royal Copenhagen is currently a trademark of Fiskars.

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen Mother with child figurine

Royal Copenhagen Fortuna figurines with glass decoration and candlesticks

Royal Copenhagen Fortuna figurines with glass decoration and candlesticks

Royal Copenhagen Figurines

Royal Copenhagen Figurines

Royal Copenhagen Figurines