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Danish Royal Porcelain 1775-2000 - 225 Years of Design

Individualism - The 1980s and 1990s

For an industrial design company it is essential to arouse and keep the interest of the outside world through innovation.  This also applies to Royal Copenhagen, even though it has such solid 225-year-old successes as Blue Fluted in its portfolio.


We have most of the Royal Copenhagen and B&G Patterns in stock
 available in both New and Used (always excellent/mint condition).

Dating from the period succeeding the great upheavals of lifestyles and artistic mani­festations of the 1960s are three extremely different pro­ductions from Royal Copenhagen.  Each speaks in its own way to various moods and needs in the individual: the imaginative, the classical and the playful.  Eldest of the three is 'Triton' by the goldsmith Arje Griegst from the 1970s - pure magic and oriental magnificence.

Developed in the 1980s, 'Ursula' by the ceramist Ursula Munch-Petersen was to prove the new hit of the 1990s, achieving the difficult balance between being both an every­day service and a set of soloists.  And, on the threshold of the new millennium, the designer Ole Jensen conjured up a new family of functional porcelain, full of humor.

 

The Services of the Future

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