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  • Royal Copenhagen "Princess" Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen "Princess" Teapot
    The beautiful lace borders encircling every items of the "Princess" dinnerware series are decorated with mussels, revealing a close relationship with the fluted services. Both the actual pieces and the hand-painted pattern of this distinctive collection were designed by Arnold Krog in the 1880, when he was artistic director of Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. This series, however, was not actually produced for practically another hundred years in 1978. Porcelain. 33.75 Oz. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Painted and glazed by hand. Imported from Denmark.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
    The Blue Fluted pattern is part of Denmark's cultural heritage. To connoisseurs all over the world it is synonymous with Danish porcelain. Blue Fluted is Royal Copenhagen's very first porcelain dinner service and is a measure of the skill, tradition and craftsmanship at Royal Copenhagen. Blue Fluted Full Lace has actually been in existence since 1775, but originally only in the form of dessert plates. It was initially developed as a full service just over 100 years later, in 1888. In common with the Plain and Half Lace services, all lids are decorated with pretty snail shells, and all parts are assembled, painted and glazed by hand. In the openwork lace border of mussel decorations, each individual hollow is cut out by hand and represents the ultimate in elegant modeling. All items of Blue Fluted Full Lace are assembled, painted and glazed by hand.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Half Lace Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Half Lace Teapot
    The Blue Fluted Half Lace Collection was launched in 1775 by Royal Copenhagen. For over 200 years it has been in great demand all over the world. The hand-painted details and subtle textures really elevate this pattern to the level of art. Despite their beauty they are still strong enough for everyday use. This is a very special setting steeped in centuries of tradition. We know you will be impressed.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Plain Teapot
    The Blue Fluted Pattern is part of Denmark's cultural heritage. Blue Fluted is Royal Copenhagen's number one service - in more ways than one. It was the first service made by Royal Copenhagen in 1775 and has been manufactured continuously for more than two centuries.
  • Royal Copenhagen Princess Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Princess Teapot
    Characterized by the beautiful lace boarders encircling the pieces, this setting is both wonderfully modern while still maintaining the old-world feel and tradition of all Royal Copenhagen work. The design was originally created in the 1880's by Arnold Krog, the then artistic director of Royal Copenhagen, but was not put in to production until 1978. Each piece is made from the finest porcelain and is hand painted.
  • Royal Copenhagen "Blue Fluted Half Lace" Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen "Blue Fluted Half Lace" Teapot
    The elegant Blue Fluted Half Lace collection was launched in 1775. The Blue Fluted pattern offers much more than a dinner service. It also includes a large selection of striking accessories that will be enjoyed by anyone with an affinity for classic design. Porcelain. Painted and glazed by hand. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Imported from Denmark.
  • Royal Copenhagen "Blue Fluted Mega" Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen "Blue Fluted Mega" Teapot
    Blue Fluted Mega is the creation of young designer Karen Kjaelgaard Larsen. Her fresh ideas for transforming the age-old art of porcelain painting into an art form relevant in the 21st century has captured the attention of connoisseurs of fine porcelain worldwide. Blue Fluted Mega's hand-painted enlargements of a timeless design expand the boundaries between art, craft and design. Creating the new definitions of form and function. Porcelain. 33.75 Oz. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Hand painted. Imported from Denmark.
  • Royal Copenhagen Princess Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Princess Teapot
    The lace borders and the blue mussel decorations of the Princess service betray a close link to Royal Copenhagen’s blue fluted services. Indeed, this was the inspiration for Arnold Krog’s late 19th century design of this regal, classical series of hand-glazed and -painted service in a masterful, traditional style.
  • Royal Copenhagen White Fluted Half Lace Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen White Fluted Half Lace Teapot
    Like the White Full Lace series, simpler in design but every bit as elegant, the White Half Lace design was created by Arnold Krog, the artistic director for two golden decades between 1895 and 1916. Originally created for the Blue Fluted Lace service, this design was restored in 1987 – Royal Copenhagen tradition ingrained in every feature. Capacity: 4 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Arnold Krog
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace Teapot
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen’s very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. Its most intricate and exclusive design is the Blue Fluted Full Lace – astonishingly detailed craftsmanship goes into every single detail. Capacity: 4 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Arnold Krog
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Mega Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Mega Teapot
    It took a visionary young artist to take on the legendary Blue Fluted design and twist it – and with a love for the classic, hand-painted service and the courage to modernize it, Karen Kjældgaard-Larsen was the one to do it, and do it well. Since its introduction, Blue Fluted Mega has become a neo-classic, updating while still honoring the 1775 design. Capacity: 4 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Karen Kjældgård-Larsen
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Half Lace Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Half Lace Teapot
    Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen’s very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes – no more, no less – to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand. Capacity: 4 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Arnold Krog
  • Royal Copenhagen Black Fluted Mega Teapot
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    Royal Copenhagen Black Fluted Mega Teapot
    For the first time since opening in 1775, Royal Copenhagen have introduced a service in black – Black Fluted Mega. An exclusive designer object, it gives our Mega dinnerware design neo-classic a twist, taking it even further in a youthful, playful way by using black in a novel and surprising way. The best traditions, after all, are the ones that bear challenging. Capacity: 4.25 Cups Main material: Porcelain Design by: Karen Kjældgård-Larsen
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