ROYAL COPENHAGEN BING&GRONDAHL EASTER PLATE 1925
The first Christmas plate Bing & Grondahl in 1895 was built by Harald Bing, then President of Bing & Grondahl. With this dish, one of the most ancient and unbroken series of plates collectible porcelain, began a Christmas tradition that soon aroused enthusiasm and appreciation worldwide.
The series of Easter dishes of Bing & Grondahl was produced from 1910 to 1935; The plate of this listing is the 16th in the series, produced in 1925 entitled "Sheep in the Moor" and is the work of Achton Friis.
The pattern is in relief and the plate is hand-decorated in cobalt blue shades applied classical Undercoat. The dish was produced in limited quantities and production ended at the end of the year with the destruction of the original shape, which made it, therefore, cannot playback.
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. 18.5 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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