We hope you will enjoy your membership of the Royal Copenhagen Collector's Club.
The Collectibles is a tradition loved by many. Each year a new motif tells a unique story. Throughout the years, Royal Copenhagen collectibles have told tales about war and peace, love and unforgettable moments. Each product tells a story, and from the moment you hold it in your hand, it becomes part of your story too. Perhaps you bought your first collectible the year you met the love of your life, and another one the year you first became a parent. Or perhaps you own the entire series of collectibles.
The motif for this year’s Annual Collectible Plate depicts a flock of sheep walking through a Danish forest. The shepherd carries a tired lamb in his arms, as he stops to admire an old viking monument. The motif is created by a long time collaborater of Royal Copenhagen, sculptor Allan Therkelsen.
Roskilde Cathedral is one of the most significant monuments in Denmark and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1995. On the Bing & Grøndahl Annual Christmas Plate 2023, the Cathedral and surrounding grounds are blanketed in pillowy white snow. The detailed motif in deep blue and white colours is created by the Danish painter Dag Samsund.
Christmas really is the season for baking, especially gingerbread cookies. And what better way than to do it than with your family like this year’s Annual Plaquette motif created by painter Dag Samsund.
An adorable little hedgehog curled up in a huddle of branches adorns this year’s Royal Copenhagen Collectibles Ornament. As it does every year, the deep hues of blue matches those of the Royal Copenhagen Annual Christmas Plate.
This is the second edition of a charming collectible set of a thermal mug and plate, designed to embrace the cosiness of the holiday season. The design is inspired by the Royal Copenhagen Annual Christmas Plate and the ensemble is an invitation to enjoy traditional holiday treats like glögg and cookies.
The five Royal Copenhagen Christmas Angels was originally launched in 1955 in pure white porcelain. Royal Copenhagen now re-introduces the figurines in fading blue skirts and gold details. The ornaments can be used standing or hanging from the string that comes with it.
A mama sloth and her baby adorns this year’s Bing & Grøndahl Mother's Day Plate, symbolizing the unbreakable bond between mother and child. The plate is a thoughtful and nice gift for all mothers.
The Bing & Grøndahl Children's Day Plate is like a gift wrapped in nostalgia. This year's plate bares a motif called The Gardener’s Little Helper, depicting a child planting a tree with a puppy eager to help or perhaps just eager to dig a bigger hole.