This is a reprint of the original Royal Copenhagen Catalog from 1930. The complicated art of painting overglaze on porcelain is shown in this catalog from 1930.We have a fixed standard price for 1-2 items like figurines, plates, vases and smaller tableware items. Satisfied customers is my utmost goal and they can be counted in thousands from all over Europe, UK, France, Japan, Taiwan, Argentina, Australia, Canada and the USA. I have several years of experience in worldwide online sale and shipping of Danish china and porcelain figurines.Since this was before refrigeration was in use, foods were kept cool in three-piece dishes.
Also the data of the designing artist will be an important indication of possible age. Glazes on the early pieces had a slight bluish-green tinge.The name was changed to the Royal Danish Porcelain Manufactury in 1779, and became known as Royal Copenhagen.Since it was introduced in 1775 as the Royal Porcelain Manufactory, Danish porcelain with its blue-on-white decorations has never lost its appeal.The blue fluted pattern has never stopped being made using floral variations.