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Bowls in porcelain, faience etc.

These beautiful bowls, which were previously used for punch, are carefully painted by hand. Bowls are beautifully decorated with lovely motifs and so they can easily be displayed anywhere in the house. They can also be used as fruit bowl with lot of different fruits.

Bowls in porcelain, faience eg. US Independence and Copenhagen Bowl - Save up to 75 %

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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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The Royal Guard Bowl 1658-1983, Royal Copenhagen
The Royal Guard Bowl 1658-1983, R...
DKK 1,695.00
Item no: DG1083 Year: 1982 Measurement: H: 11 cm x Ø: 24 cm
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Punch Bowl - Tenera Faience, Aluminia/Royal Copenhagen No. 460-3249
Punch Bowl - Tenera Faience, Al...
DKK 995.00
Item no: R460-3249-F Measurement: H: 25 cm x Ø: 29 cm
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Theatre Bowl, red, Bing & Grondahl Sale
Theatre Bowl, red, Bing & Grondahl
DKK 895.00
Before: DKK 1,200.00
Item no: DG1355 Year: 1974 Measurement: H: 11 cm x Ø: 27 cm
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Margrethe Bowl 1972-1982, Royal Copenhagen
Margrethe Bowl 1972-1982, Royal ...
DKK 1,500.00
Item no: DG1870 Year: 1982 Measurement: H: 11 cm x Ø: 24 cm
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Bicentenary Copenhagen Bowl, RC 1775-1975, Royal Copenhagen Sale
Bicentenary Copenhagen Bow...
DKK 2,995.00
Before: DKK 4,500.00
Item no: DG1847 Year: 1975 Measurement: H: 15 cm x Ø: 33 cm
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Theatre Bowl, coloured
Theatre Bowl, coloured
Item no: DG1356 Year: 1974 Measurement: H: 11 cm x Ø: 27 cm
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The word "bowl" comes from a big bowl of punch and the large porcelain bowls from Bing & Grondahl and Royal Copenhagen truly can accommodate a lot. Today punch not so much used anymore, but instead bowls could be used for a large portion of lemonade in summer.

Common to porcelain bowls are that they require a large processing and are careful hand painted, so there is not produced so many of each bowl.

Royal Copenhagen porcelain bowls

Royal Copenhagen has made beautiful porcelain bowls on very special occasions e.g.

Royal Copenhagen Margrethe bowl

Royal Copenhagen Margrethe porcelain Bowl 1982

The Margrethe bowl from Royal Copenhagen was released in 1982 on the occasion of the 10th years anniversary of Queen Margrethe's accession to the throne. The bowl was released in 2000 numbered copies and depicts the three royal residences Amalienborg, Marselisborg and Fredensborg, as well as Dannebrog and the Queen's monogram. The Royal Copenhagen Margrethe bowl was designed by artist Sven Vestergaard.

Royal Copenhagen Copenhagen bowl

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Bowl - 1775-1975

The Copenhagen bowl was released in 1975 on the occasion of the Royal Copenhagen factory's 200 years anniversary. Again, the artist Sven Vestergaard has designed the motif on the anniversary bowl, which shows a profile view of Copenhagen and the coast.

Royal Copenhagen USA bowl

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Bowl Independence of USA 1776-1976

In 1976 Royal Copenhagen published the large, beautiful USA bowl to mark the 200 years of America's Declaration of Independence in 1776. The motif on the bowl shows an excerpt of two paintings, George Washington at the Battle of Princeton and the British frigates attempt to climb the Hudson River.

Bing & Grondahl Bowls

Bing & Grondahl has released a theater bowl in both a red version and a blue version. It was released in 1974 on the occasion of the 100 years of the Royal Theatre being build on the King's Square on the 15th of october 1875. This motif was designed by Erik Clemmesen. The motif of theater bowl shows the 9 muses from Greek mythology.