The charming 8 cm Blue Elements Sugar Bowl with Spoon stands out with a charming combination of elements from classic Royal Copenhagen collections. The fluted porcelain is hand painted with a playful pattern of floras, playfully growing on the surface. A fish scale pattern has been carved in a beautiful silhouette, acting as a resting place for the spoon adorned with a face-shaped head, a so-called grotesque. The sugar bowl makes for a classic table setting of informal elegance in a combination with other collections and with other pieces from Blue Elements. The Blue Elements collection blooms in elegant joyfulness with an inspiring combination of classic Royal Copenhagen design elements and classic, hand painted decorations that grow freely across porcelain surfaces. Like White Elements and Multicoloured Elements, the collection shines on its own or in a combination with classic collections from Royal Copenhagen in a playful style of contemporary beauty.
Designed by: Louise Campbell for Royal Copenhagen
Product start: 2019
The Three Waves
Proposed as The Royal Danish Porcelain Factory trademark in 1775 by Queen dowager Juliane Marie, every piece of Royal Copenhagen porcelain is instantly recognised by the three blue waves on its underside symbolising the Sound, the Great Belt and the Little Belt - the three main waterways of Denmark.
The delicate decoration of the hand painted porcelain is comparable to the painter own signature and like any other piece of art, Royal Copenhagen skilled blue painters leave their signatureon the underside of every piece of porcelain.
- Product Article Number 1028393
- International Article Number 5705140733614
- Width 8 cm
- Length 8 cm
- Height 6.5 cm
Blue Elements emerged from the popular White Elements and Multicoloured Elements in the same surprising combination of classic elements but in new patterns painted by hand. Several pieces in this collection are unique to Blue Elements, created in a contemporary style with special details and informal shapes. Expand or start a new lifelong collection of Royal Copenhagen.