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The Annual Christmas Tables

For the 56th exposition of The Annual Christmas Tables, seven creative souls have created enchanting Christmas universes. In 2019, Royal Copenhagen's Annual Christmas Tables are inspired by Royal Copenhagen's connection to the sea, which is expressed in the three blue waves marked under each piece of porcelain, symbolising the three main waterways of Denmark.
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The Seven Artistic Profiles

Emilie Helmstedt

‘The best thing about Christmas is how it stops time in its tracks. We can forget which day of the week it is and spend time simply being together.

Oliver Hartkopp

Christmas on the tailgate of a car. A camping table, coloured lights, and a makeshift Christmas dinner of herring and bottled beer. But it’s Christmas and the table set with HAV

Rebecca Elbek

To jewelry designer Rebecca Elbek, Christmas is a special time. ‘Christmas is magical. Filled with sparkling Christmas lights and families gathered round the table.’

Louise & Kenneth Toft-Hansen

Louise and Kenneth Toft-Hansen have found inspiration for their Christmas Table in the nature surrounding their beach hotel, Svinkløv Badehotel, in Western Jutland

Martin Bigum

In Artist Margin Bigum’s expressive universe of Christmas, nothing is quite what it seems. In an underwater world on an imaginary seabed, the table is set with HAV in a dreamy vision that invites you closer to explore.

Gun-Britt Zeller

‘Christmas is a symbol of being close to family. It is days filled with good food and plenty of time to relax.’, says hairstylist Gun-Britt Zeller. Inspired by the nature around the coast in Northern Zealand

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