Royal Copenhagen Blue and Black Fluted Mega
Mega tableware was actually Karen Kjaeldgaard-Larsen's thesis from the Danish Design School and afterwards she showed her sketches to Royal Copenhagen, who immediately decided to put the tableware into production.
In 2011 Blue Fluted Mega was selected as Denmark's most beautiful tableware by a vote of approximately 4000 people, closely followed by the classic Blue Fluted and Flora Danica.
Fluted Mega was introduced in black in 2006 and although the blue tableware remains the most popular, the black fits into many interior designs and modern kitchens, which have just been held in white and black with only few colors.
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Royal Copenhagen Christmas tableware Star Fluted Christmas
The Starfluted Christmas coffee service from Royal Copenhagen consists of coffee cups, tea light holders, sugar bowl, cake stand, etagere for all the Christmas goodies and a candy bowl.
The Starfluted Christmas dinnerware from Royal Copenhagen consists of oval dishes, sauce bowl, salad bowl, deep dessert plates and flat lunch plates and dinner plates.
It can be difficult for many to buy a whole tableware and many people collect the tableware for several years. Star Fluted Christmas is an ideal base to collect for both young and old. There are constantly new parts to the tableware and there is room for many gift wishes in different price ranges.
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Royal Copenhagen Fan tableware
The Fan tableware from Royal Copenhagen was launched in 1909, but the idea for the tableware occurred in 1885, when Arnold Krogh was inspired by a flowing fan. It is Royal Copenhagen Blue Fan and Royal Copenhagen White Fan, which today is most common, but the tableware has also been made in gold.
Royal Copenhagen White Fan, as the last of the Fan tableware, was discontinued of production in 2008.
Both Royal Copenhagen White Fan and Royal Copenhagen Blue Fan consists of both coffee sets and dinnerware. You can find coffee cups, tea cups, mocha cups, chocolate cups, bouillon cups, cake plates, dinner plates, lunch plates, soup plates, dessert plates, sugar bowl, teapot, coffee pot, cream jugs, milk jug, cake dish, cake dish on foot, salad bowls, sauce bowl, sauce tureen, oval dishes, round dishes, soup tureen, dessert plates, egg cups, ashtrays and vases.
Royal Copenhagen White Half Lace tableware
Half Lace tableware from Royal Copenhagen was designed by Arnold Krogh around 1900, when he was artistic director at the factory. The Half Lace dinnerware is based on the plain form that has been used since the factory's founding in 1775 and it is the same form used for Blue Fluted Half Lace. In 1987 Royal Copenhagen took the dinnerware up again and today it is both popular as dinnerware and coffee service. Today we often combine several dinnerwares at once, so we eg. set with White Half Lace dinner plates and Blue Fluted Mega or Blue Fluted Half Lace plates for first course. It provides a colourful table settings, but White Half Lace is also extremely elegant in itself.
To the Royal Copenhagen White Half Lace dinnerware you can get dinner plates, lunch plates, soup plates, bowls, tureens, salad bowls and sauce bowl. For White Half Lace Coffee Service you can get coffee cups, mocha cups, tea cups, cake plates, creamer, sugar bowl, coffee pot, teapot, cake dishes and chocolate bowl.
Royal Copenhagen Liselund tableware
In 2001 Royal Copenhagen launched Liselund dinnerware with the many decorations and colour combinations. Liselund tableware is made as coffee sets and dinnerware in dark blue and light blue. Royal Copenhagen Liselund tableware was designed by Diana Holstein.