Royal Copenhagen Porcelain

Royal Copenhagen porcelain has been a staple in the Danish household since 1775. Over 235 years later, this breathtaking porcelain can be found in kitchens and dining rooms all over the world.

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Everything in the line is still hand painted and manufactured using ancient methods, making today’s Royal Copenhagen pieces just as special as the pieces created over two centuries ago.

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The Royal Copenhagen signature is blue and white, but the porcelain comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures, ranging from exquisitely classic to elegantly modern. The painting on the patterned pieces stays fairly consistent in design, playing with scale for either a more traditional or a more contemporary look.

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Whatever you choose in this line, you are going to have pieces that can be passed down and mixed with other pieces for years to come. Royal Copenhagen’s designs are timeless.


Although you may think you have to to tuck something this beautiful away for special occasions, don’t resist the urge to pull this china out and use it every day. The Royal Copenhagen line is all about creating moments of simplicity and beauty in your daily life. The quality of these pieces insists they be used again and again, remaining gorgeous year after year.

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