ROYAL COPENHAGEN CHRISTMAS PLATE 1968 SECOND SORT
Royal Copenhagen, "Den Kongelige Porcelainsfabrik, was founded way back in 1775 under the patronage of the Royal House of Denmark, represented by Queen Juliana Maria. 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 released a new Christmas plate which has now become a strong Christmas tradition in homes all over the world.
The Christmas plate 1968 is the 61th series of famous Royal Copenhagen plates and is titled "The Last Umiak". Why play is important to the dish is hand-decorated in the classic cobalt blue shades apply Undercoat.
The dish is produced in limited quantities and production ends at the end of the year with the destruction of the original shape making it so impossible to playback.
Guarantee of authenticity to the plate bears the logo of Royal Copenhagen with the Crown over three wavy lines and the initials of the artist.
Measure cm dish. 18 in diameter and on the back has the two holes, charged by Royal Copenhagen Manufactory in production, in order to hang.
N.b: the plate of this item has been marked as a second choice from the Royal Copenhagen because it does not conform to the quality standards of the company. Can then present imperfections. These do not affect the beauty and quality of workmanship and sometimes are so minimal that the dish is practically the same as the first choice.
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