Both Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl have issued plates on commision from both the Free Masons and Odd Fellow. Plates have been issued both to celebrate a specific lodge as well as in connection with charitable activities by the Fraternities.
Odd Fellow have been prolific in ordering the production of plates. Many plates have been produced in connection with the many charitable projects of the order among which the most important concerning plates is the construction of a hospital on Iceland. Many of Odd Fellow's largest and most interesting plates lead back to the hospital on Iceland. Among these is the largest of these plates with a polar bear pierced by a sword.
Odd Fellow plates are easily recognised by their symbol being three interlocking rings.
The Free Masons have also had a number of plates produced honoring a number of masonic lodges.