ROYAL COPENHAGEN CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS 2011
Royal Copenhagen, "Den Kongelige Porcelainsfabrik, was founded way back in 1775 under the patronage of the Royal House of Denmark. It is one of the oldest porcelain factories in the world, which is still in business. The tradition of Christmas plate began in 1908 with the dish "Mary and child", created by artist Christian Thomsen. Since then, year after year, the Royal Copenhagen has developed a new Christmas plate which has now become a strong Christmas tradition in homes all over the world.
The 2011 children's Christmas dish is titled "Little Angels" and is the 14th in the series of dishes that Royal Copenhagen began producing in 1998. The dishes in this collection represent the moments of happiness of children during the Christmas holidays. The reason is embossed and reproduced the dish is hand-decorated in classic shades of cobalt blue light applied.
The pot is produced in limited quantities and production ends at the end of the year with the destruction of the original shape, making it therefore cannot playback.
Guarantee of authenticity to the plate bears the logo of Royal Copenhagen, the Crown over three wavy lines, and initials of the painter.
The measure cm dish. 17 in diameter and on the back has the two holes, charged by Royal Copenhagen Manufactory in production, in order to hang.
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