Royal Copenhagen is a Danish porcelain manufacturer that has been producing high-quality porcelain products since its founding in 1775. The company is known for its blue and white porcelain designs, which often feature intricate patterns and motifs inspired by nature, such as flowers, birds, and animals.
One of Royal Copenhagen’s most iconic patterns is the “Flora Danica” pattern, which was first introduced in the 18th century and features hand-painted botanical illustrations. Another popular pattern is the “Blue Fluted” pattern, which has been in production since 1775 and features a distinctive blue and white floral design.
In addition to its traditional patterns, Royal Copenhagen also produces more modern and contemporary designs, such as the “Elements” and “White Plain” collections.
Royal Copenhagen porcelain products are highly sought after by collectors and are often considered to be some of the finest examples of porcelain craftsmanship in the world.