Royal Copenhagen's first Christmas plate was released in 1908, 13 years after the first porcelain Christmas plate was produced by Bing & Grondahl. Philip Schou engaged the very skilled Chemist Adolph Clement in 1883 and later, in 1885, the Architect Arnold Krogh, who became the manager of Royal Copenhagen.
Royal Copenhagen's first Christmas plate was created in 1908 and every year since then another plate has been introduced. The Christmas plate is only produced during the year in question, then the molds are destroyed. As Royal Copenhagen had no idea of the success of the Christmas plate, the first one was produced in a very limited number. The colours of this first plate is Royal Copenhagen's …
These are wonderful Christmas Plates put out by Royal Copenhagen every year starting in 1908. They change in theme and may change slightly in style and size every year. The molds are discontinued after Christmas Eve of every year. They all bear the striking blue underglaze.Seller Rating: 100.0% positive
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23. dec. 2019 - Complete list of all Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates from 1908 till 2019 - Photos, titles, description each plate, - BUY ONLINE. Se flere idéer til Danmark, Copenhagen og Kælk.52 pins
Royal Copenhagen - Weihnachtsteller 1908 - Christmas plate 1908 ! Durchmesser ca. 15,7cm ! Mit dänischem Text "JUL" Der erste Weihnachtsteller von Royal Copenhagen ! Super-seltene Rarität ! Guter Zustand und 1. Wahl , aber Produktionfehler am Rand ( vorderseitig kaum zu sehen und nicht störend - …Seller Rating: 100.0% positive
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