Assorted hand painted white porcelain dinnerware with blue floral and line patterns is sure to brighten up the tabletop. Buffet plate, bread and butter plate, salad/dessert plate, and rimmed soup bowl have a ribbed texture on border. Choose pattern: #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, or #6.
- Pattern #1, line through center; leaf design near edges.
- Pattern #2, leaf design near center; floral and line design near edges.
- Pattern #3, line through center; leaf and floral design near edges.
- Pattern #4, floral design in center; leaf and line design near edges.
- Pattern #5, line design through center; leaf and floral design near edges.
- Pattern #6, floral design and line in center; leaf design near edges.
- Buffet plate, 10 3/4" diameter.
- Bread and butter plate, 6 3/4" diameter.
- Salad/dessert plate, 8 3/4" diameter.
- Rimmed soup bowl, 1 1/2"H x 8 1/4" diameter.
- Souffle dish, holds 8 ounces; 2"H x 3 1/4"W; base, 3"W.
- Tea cup and saucer, holds 8.5 ounces; 3 1/4"H x 6" diameter.
- Dishwasher and microwave safe.
About Royal Copenhagen:
The Royal Danish Porcelain Manufactory, which later became Royal Copenhagen, was founded as the result of experiments by pharmacist Frantz Heinrich Müller (1738-1820), an expert chemist who created hard porcelain made from quartz, kaolin, and feldspar.
Queen Dowager Juliane Marie and her son Frederik, heir to the throne, became partners with Müller in 1775. For almost a century, the Royal Danish Porcelain Manufactory was run by the royal family. In 1868, it became a private company but retained its name and the privilege of flying the royal swallow-tailed flag. For more than 200 years, Royal Copenhagen has supplied modern homes with functional artware and, today, still creates fine, hand-painted porcelain manufactured by ancient methods.