Royal Copenhagen’s Annual Christmas Tree and Annual Santa for 2014 are both once again designed by Sven Vestergaard. The Royal Copenhagen annual Santa has been in production since 2001, and the beautifully decorated 2014 Christmas tree is no. 8 in the series.
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The Royal Copenhagen plate has been a Christmas tradition since 1908. The first actual plate was produced in 1888, but it was not until twenty years later that the plate was born as a collectible. For 2013 the Royal Copenhagen Plate 2013 is Copenhagen Harbour. About the Copenhagen Harbour 2013 Christmas Plate […]
There is no other time of year more laden with nostalgia than Christmas. Christmas has only truly arrived once the old beloved decorations have been hung on the tree – exactly where they always hang – and the table has been set for the traditional Christmas lunch. Since its launch […]
Royal Copenhagen’s Annual Christmas Tree and Annual Santa for 2013. Both Royal Copenhagen Annual Editions have been designed by Sven Vestergaard. Pictured right: Royal Copenhagen Annual Christmas Santa 2013 A cheerful and satisfied Santa has put on a Christmas record – his foot merrily following the music. Having brought presents to every […]
The punch bowl in Blue Fluted Mega is produced in a very limited number in 2013.
Royal Copenhagen have launched two new bowls with the iconic Fluted Mega decoration – in blue and black. The decorative Blue Fluted pattern is just as topical today as when it first saw the light of day in 1775.
A decade has passed and the Danish design icon Blue Fluted Mega is ten years old. To commemorate this, Royal Copenhagen is today opening a major jubilee exhibition at the Krinsen garden of Kongens Nytorv public square in Copenhagen. Among other things, the exhibition is showing huge cups and giving a unique insight into the impressive 235-year history of porcelain.
Sotheby’s New York 5 May 2010 Evening Sale of Impressionist and Modern Art will feature Henri Matisse’s spectacular “Bouquet pour le 14 Juillet 1919", the artist’s emotional celebration of the first Bastille Day following World War I (est. $18/25 million).
When Blue Fluted Mega was launched in the year 2000, it took the world by storm. The new reinterpretation of the classic Blue Fluted design wrote design history, and is still sold around the world today.
If you are one of the many people who love Royal Copenhagen’s elegant Easter eggs, it’s time to start celebrating. This year Royal Copenhagen is adding a decorative new bonbonniere and a large goose egg to its collection, as well as launching poetic new motifs for the popular Easter eggs.