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There’s something extremely intriguing about the Blue Fluted Half Lace pattern. It has so many details, meticulously hand painted on the design in question, and it’s impossible not to enjoy it. Here, it’s on a 17 cm plate, one of the smaller sizes, ideal for dessert or a quick breakfast.
Blue Fluted Half Lace is adorned with delicate lace, elegantly framing the hand-painted motif and charming details of the collection such as snail shells on lids and handles. The collection is a beautiful and classic example of the Royal Copenhagen craftsmanship; it takes 1,197 brush strokes – no more, no less – to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate.
Designed by: Royal Copenhagen
Product start: 2022
The Three Waves
Proposed as The Royal Danish Porcelain Factory trademark in 1775 by Queen dowager Juliane Marie, every piece of Royal Copenhagen porcelain is instantly recognised by the three blue waves on its underside symbolising the Sound, the Great Belt and the Little Belt - the three main waterways of Denmark.
The delicate decoration of the hand painted porcelain is comparable to the painter own signature and like any other piece of art, Royal Copenhagen skilled blue painters leave their signatureon the underside of every piece of porcelain.