Servies "Blue Flower angular"
6 prachtige onderdelen:
5 cakebordjes (diameter 16 cm)
1 serveerschaal (24 x 16 cm)
Handbeschilderd waardoor ieder item uniek.
Stempels en monogram schilders zie foto's.
The Blue Flower decoration:
In 1779, Blue Flower came to life as Royal Copenhagen’s second pattern. The pattern, which is no longer in production, featured a spray of flowers, seemingly freshly picked from the gardens of Denmark and hand-painted in Royal Copenhagen’s signature royal blue on fine, white porcelain.
Originally, in the 17th century, the Blue Flower decoration was painted on two different shapes, braided and fluted, typical for the late Rococco period’s asymmetrical, organic shapes. In 1885, G.F Hetsch designed a coffee set with an angular shape, which was adorned with the Blue Flower decoration among other patterns. The result was an expression with angular bodies met by soft decorations of acanthus on some handles and spouts.
In 1913, Arnold Krogh redesigned the angular shape and expanded it into a full dinner set, decorated with extra compact, heavy decorations.
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