ROYAL COPENHAGEN BING&GRONDAHL MOTHER'S DAY PLATE 1969
The special attachment that binds mother to her child has been the theme of the series Mother's Day, Bing & Grondahl since he gave in 1969 the first course in the world of Mother's Day. The reasons for these courses each year come from the animal world.
The decorative plate of Mother's Day "Cocker Spaniel with puppy" is the 1 st issue of the series for collectors, produced in the 'year 1969 is executed in relief and decorated by hand in the famous blue under glaze.
The pot is produced in limited quantities and production ends at year end with the destruction of the original form making it unplayable.
To ensure authenticity of the dish bears the mark of Bing & Grondahl with the Three Towers, inspired by the emblem of the city of Copenhagen is known around the world as a symbol of Danish porcelain, and the initials of the painter.
The plate measures cm. Diameter 15 on the back has the two holes, charged by manufacturing Bing & Grondahl in the production phase, to be able to hang.
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