Art dating royal copenhagen porcelain
Through the years the clay have been modified by using various materials, ingredients and developments in production technique.These various productions techniques were used to make items with very different abilities, expressions and details.In 1790, Royal Copenhagen brought out the Flora Danica ‘Blue Fluted’ dinner service, with gilded edge and Danish flora motifs. As a result, the Royal Porcelain Factory came into private hands.
It was her idea that three waves should be a mark of newly established factory. Under the line you have the item or model - here on a Blue Flower Curved Dinner plate. Since Royal Copenhagen have added a small line in the trademark on almost every single piece of porcelain. Saint Christopherby Donato Bramante Coffee and Dinner Service. Dating Bing and Grondahl figurines, porcelain plates by the three Royal Towers of Copenhagen hallmark wavy blue lines and hallmark and B og Art dating royal copenhagen factory stamps. Also the data of the designing artist will be an important indication of possible age.May 1775 it was decided that the trademark/brand/factory stamp should consist of three wavy lines (waves), symbolizing the three waterways through Denmark; the Sound and the two belts (the Sound (Oresund)), the Great Belt and the Little Belt).