The production of porcelain statues "Royal Copenhagen" and "Bing & Grondahl" is done exclusively by hand, respecting the ancient traditions. During the production process, a figurine passes between the expert hands of numerous craftsmen. It is with these expert hands that the dough is poured into the molds and the different parts of the figurine united. The carvings are made with a steady hand and, after the first firing in the oven, the figurines are decorated and then manually enamelled; each of them is, therefore, a unique work that bears the initials of the painter. After a new baking and careful quality control, the figurines are ready to be admired all over the world.
This figurine is titled " Boy with Crab " and is identified by the code " 1870 ". Measure 20 cm in height, with a size of 7.5 x 7 cm. The figurine was designed by Ingeborg Plockross Irminger and, as can be seen from the brand, was produced between 1948 and 1952.
To guarantee authenticity, the statuette bears the mark of Bing & Grondahl with the Tre Torri, inspired by the emblem of the city of Copenhagen and known worldwide as a symbol of Danish porcelain, and the initials of the painter.
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