ROYAL COPENHAGEN BING&GRONDAHL MOTHER'S DAY PLATE 2009 LIMITED EDITION
The particular attachment that binds the mother to his child has been the theme of mother's Day series, since Bing & Grondahl issued in 1969 the first course in the world of mother's Day. The reasons for these dishes originate each year from the animal world.
The mother's decorative plate limited edition 2009 has been produced to celebrate the 40th anniversary of mother's day plates series commenced in 1969. The dish is called "Giraffe with small" and is the 41st in the series. The subject of the year is by Finn Clausen, the reason is in relief and the plate is hand-decorated in muted hues and painted over clear enamel. Presents an elegant gold edge and the inscription "Mors Dag (mother's day) 2009" is stamped 22 carat gold.
This edition was produced in extremely limited quantities only 349 units; the original form was destroyed at the end of the year, thus making impossible the reproduction. As attested by a certificate of authenticity this dish is the number 299 on 349.
To ensure authenticity the plate bears the mark of Bing & Grondahl with three towers, inspired by the coat of arms of the city of Copenhagen and known worldwide as a symbol of Danish porcelain, and initials of the painter.
Measure cm dish. 15 in diameter and on the back has the two holes, drilled by Bing & Grondahl factory during production, in order to hang.
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