The Musica figurines were designed by Monica Ritterband for Royal Copenhagen. The cute notes are a modern series of figurines and they are a popular decoration in many homes. They are also popular gifts for weddings, birthdays, musicians etc.
Royal Copenhagen notes
Monica Ritterband was the designer of the popular notes from Royal Copenhagen, which were published in 2003. Royal Copenhagen notes were in production in 6-7 years before they unfortunately were discontinued, but many did not get the series completed and others have first become aware of the beautiful and stylish figurines later. The note figurines were produced in black and white bisquet. The small notes are about 13-14 cm high, while the large notes are about 35 cm wide.
Royal Copenhagen Musica figurines are some of the most modern and minimalist figurines from Royal Copenhagen. They are simple, elegant and stylish and fits well into the modern home. The fact that they are kept in black and white biscuit made them extra popular as they were released at the time when everything should be white or black.
Royal Copenhagen Musica also includes a complete tableware with different notes dancing between each other on white porcelain. The Musica Note tableware is decorated in the familiar blue color which is synonymous with Royal Copenhagen tableware, but unfortunately this Tableware are by now no longer in production.
Monica Ritterband notes are often seen on wish lists for weddings (love notes) and birthdays. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to obtain notes to a certain date, if we do not have them in stock, but if you send your request we will do our best.
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