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There is nothing quite like the first hints of the lighter season to come. Opening your windows to flowy curtains and long-lost sunrays. To new beginnings and new moments to share. The seasonal news from Royal Copenhagen frame every little moment the season has to offer - from new serving pieces and dinner table accessories in charming and captivating interior pieces for the rest of your home.Royal Copenhagen's Spring News 2024 will be available 15 February in our own stores and on royalcopenhagen.comEnjoy a sneak peak below
A beautiful extension of the HAV-collection's spheric shapes, the Deep Plate frames haute cuisine as well as weekday dinners. The plate is spray-painted by hand, displaying one of Royal Copenhagen's lesser known, but most difficult, crafts. The decoration's fish scales are carved by hand.
The Panda figurine was first introduced to the Royal Copenhagen catalogue in 1994, and now, the beautiful bear has found its way back to our permanent collection. The two Panda figurines portray the endearing bear enjoying a bamboo stick in one figurine, and a Panda mother cradeling her cub in the other.
Every season, a new colour joins the colourful world of Fluted Contrast. The Hibiscus flower has been the inspiration for this bright red mug that will add a splash of colour to even the greyest of days.