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ROYAL COPENHAGEN COLLECTIBLES

Royal Copenhagen Collectibles is a tradition loved by many. Every year, a new motif tells a tale of Danish cultural heritage, and the blue collectibles along with the loveable Santa and Christmas tree figurines have adorned homes for generations. Created in 1908.

ROYAL COPENHAGEN COLLECTIBLES

The Christmas plates from Royal Copenhagen have been issued every year since 1908, each one with a unique motif. The stories that unfold on each Royal Copenhagen collectible are also tales of a deep love for the unique tradition in great craftsmanship. Each motif is meticulously brought to life through hundreds of little grooves, carvings and engravings that require the artist to have complete mastery of the craft. In fact, of all the products in Royal Copenhagen’s line, our collectibles are made with some of the most demanding and advanced manufacturing techniques. It is the only way to bring a great story to life.

Make every year special
Every year we pass tells a unique tale. Throughout the years, Royal Copenhagen collectibles have told tales about war and peace, love and unforgettable moments. Like the little girl feeding swans by the lakes in Copenhagen. Or the kneeling angel from 1945, marking the end of World War II. 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.

Since 1908
The relief for the motif of the Royal Copenhagen Collectibles is handmade by the most talented modelling artists based on the designer’s drawing, and the plates are produced with utmost respect for the proud tradition of the craft. Over the years, different artists have designed the motifs for the series of collectibles, which always includes a plate, a figurine, a bell, a drop and a cup.