The Seagull service is one of the most popular tablewares in Denmark through the ages. Bing & Grondahl launched the Seagull tableware in 1892 and it was designed by Fanny Garde. The Seagull service is characterized by the scaly molds and the beautiful seahorses, as well as the beautiful gulls. The Bing & Grondahl Seagull tableware differs significantly from all other dinnerwares.
Bing & Grondahl Seagull
When Bing & Grondahl merged with the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Factory in 1987 the production of Seagull was continued with Royal Copenhagen stamp. Bing & Grondahl Seagull with gold was discontinued in 2011 - thus the tableware has been in production continuously for more than 100 years.
Given that B&G Seagull has been produced for many years, there have been many different parts to the tableware. You can find coffee cups, tea cups, boillon cups, flat plates, soup plates, cake stand, cream jugs, sugar bowls, teapots, tureens, sauce bowls, sauce boats, oblong dish, round bowls, oval dishes, dessert plates, coffee trays, potato dish, salad bowls, chocolate pot, milk jug, knife bowl, mustard jar, cake dish on foot, egg cups, candlesticks, salt shaker, ashtrays, vases and napkin rings - it is one of the most content rich tableware.
Bing and Grondahl Seagull was also made without gold.