Royal Copenhagen, "Den Kongelige Porcelainsfabrik", was founded in 1775 under the patronage of the Royal House of Denmark. It is one of the oldest porcelain factories in the world, still in business. The tradition of Christmas plate began in 1908 with the dish "Mary and child", created by the 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.
In this listing is a porcelain plate made by Royal Copenhagen to commemorate the first flight between Copenhagen and Tokyo in 1926 by a. p. Botved. The dish designed by Acton Friis is hand-decorated with the technique of the Undercoat.
Guarantee of authenticity to the plate bears the logo of Royal Copenhagen, the Crown over three wavy lines, and the number that identifies the painter.
The measure cm dish. 18 in diameter and on the back has two holes, drilled by Royal Copenhagen Manufactory in production, in order to hang.
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