Danish Royal Porcelain 1775-2000 - 225 Years of Design
Arrangements and Interior with Royal Porcelain from 1775-1800
the teething troubles of the first few years, sales opened on
1 March 1780. No book of models exists, but the
porcelain, which has survived, bears witness to great
creativity. The main emphasis in production was to be
blue-painted porcelain that was decorated under the glaze.
Items decorated with polychrome colors painted on top of the
glaze were extremely expensive. The quality was high and the
ingenuity considerable. Buyers were the Royal House and the
social elite. Production was distinctly craftsman like, with
many models only being used for a single project.
About 1800 - Royal Display Vases
Establishment of The Royal Porcelain Manufactory in 1775]
[Table Arrangements and Interior with Royal Porcelain from