Soliflore vase Royal Copenhagen 60s

Small Royal Copenhagen porcelain vase, square-shaped with a narrow round neck, geometric motifs, enamels of different shades of brown and blue on a light gray background. 60s.

Perfect condition
Height 12cm
Width 4cm
Diameter 2,8cm at the neck
Weight 158g
Signature Royal Copenhaguen stamp, numbers 870 and 3258, and the letter "k" corresponding to the year 1961


45,00 €

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When the Dowager Queen Juliane Marie founded the Royal Porcelain Factory in 1775, she insisted that the three waves should be the factory's trademark. The waves symbolise Denmark's three most important bodies of water; the Sound, the Great Belt and the Little Belt.
To this day, the waves are painted on the back of each piece of porcelain and comprise Royal Copenhagen's well-known signature of authenticity, a mark of fine craftsmanship and Danish porcelain art.

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