RARE 1936 ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN FIGURINE "DANCING GIRL" #2444. A rare item "Dancing Girl" (#2444) was made in 1936, by the esteemed designer V. Waldorff for Royal Copenhagen. The figure is in impeccable condition (no chips or scratches) with a first quality mark. The detailed, and realistic, coloring and preservation can be attributed to the under glazing technique used when it was …End date: May 23, 2020
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Royal Copenhagen was a part of a group of Scandinavian companies, Royal Scandinavia, together with Georg Jensen, and was owned by a Danish private equity fund, Axcel. Following Axcel's acquisition of Royal Scandinavia, Holmegaard Glasværk was sold in a MBO , and a controlling interest in the Swedish glass works Orrefors Kosta Boda was sold to New Wave Group.
Biography. Born in Copenhagen on 8 April 1936, Cold studied architecture at Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1961. She then spent a period working with the Danish architect and designer Verner Panton. In 1964, she moved to Norway.
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