With Royal Copenhagen's release for the year 2021, there have been some changes from previous years. Christmas drops and Christmas bells are now gone, but instead we have got a nice Christmas ornament with a titmouse hanging down from a ball, just as you would see on the feed balls in winter. As always we have the Christmas plates from both Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl.
This year's Christmas plate 2021 from Royal Copenhagen follows the tradition with a winter motif from the garden with the feeding board for the hungry birds. Therefore, the associated annual figure 2021 is a wren and the brand new Christmas ornament 2021 is a titmouse. The motif on this year's Christmas plate is by Allan Therkelsen.
Royal Copenhagen continues to release a small Christmas plaquette and this year the motif is related to the Christmas plate, as it is two children who are out feeding birds in the snow. The motif from the Christmas plaquette is by Dag Samsund.
The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen has been chosen as the motif for Christmas plate 2021 from Bing & Grondahl. A small squirrel sits in the snow and eats with the greenhouse in the background. The Christmas plate continues to be designed by Dag Samsund.
Bing & Grondahl's mother's day plate 2021 has a motif of the shy red panda and its young. They sit and enjoy themselves on a branch high up in the trees. This year's Mother's Day plate was designed by Allan Therkelsen.
On this year's children's day plate 2021, we are in the dog hairdressing salon, where the little girl is well on her way to beautify her dog, who already has a small bow in its hair. The children's day plate is designed by Sven Vestergaard.
The Christmas tree 2021 is decorated both with many small birds and a Santa Claus. Among them many white stars shine and under the tree the gifts flow out.
This year's Santa Claus, Christmas wife and Christmas tree were designed by Sven Vestergaard.