Royal Copenhagen Exhibition


Royal Copenhagen Porcelain was established in Copenhagen in 1775 by the Danish monarchy and is still in production today. The porcelain is known worldwide for its high standards of craftsmanship, immaculate design and being made and painted entirely by hand.

The company makes a wide variety of items such as tableware, figurines, animals, birds, fish, vases, dishes and plates. This exhibition will show a varied sample of animals and birds dating from 1900 – 1990's.

Royal Copenhagen's first ever pattern in 1775 was the Blue Fluted Plain, a blue and white floral design. In the 19th century, Blue Fluted Plain was so highly coveted, the pattern could be found on everything from teapots to chamber pots.

Since 1775, every piece of porcelain that has left Royal Copenhagen carries its factory marks; the three waves, the royal crown and the painter's mark. These are symbols of authenticity, the royal connection and the mark of hand-craftsmanship.

The figurines from Royal Copenhagen have long been out of production and the only ones still being produced are the annual figurine series. Nature in Art has three pieces of Royal Copenhagen porcelain in its permanent collection, all of which will be on display alongside key works from two local private collections. The exhibition will celebrate the variety and detail of these decorative objects.

Entry into this exhibition is included in the admission price to the museum.

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Royal Copenhagen Exhibition


Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, Twigworth, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 9PA
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Season (26 Mar 2024 - 28 Apr 2024)

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