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Porcelain Teapot Cup and saucer Flora Danica Royal Copenhagen

Porcelain Teapot Cup and saucer Flora Danica Royal Copenhagen. This is the most expensive commercially produced china I know of. Anyone who knows differently, please correct me.

A complete set for 24, "Flora Danica" dinner service, Denmark; each piece is exquisitely hand-painted with a botanical design in the Royal Copenhagen factory.

A complete set for "Flora Danica" dinner service, Denmark; each piece is exquisitely hand-painted with a botanical design in the Royal Copenhagen factory.

Flora Danica Prices | Details about Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Cup & Saucer Set #3597

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Cup & Saucer Set in Pottery & Glass, Pottery & China, China & Dinnerware, Royal Copenhagen

A SET OF TWELVE ROYAL COPENHAGEN 'FLORA DANICA' RETICULATED DINNER PLATES MODERN standard printed and painted factory marks, shape numbers 20 3553. diameter 10 in.

Commissioned in 1790 by Danish King Christian VII to impress the Russian empress Catherine II.

Flora Danica Table Setting in the 2012 Royal Copenhagen Catalogue

Royal Copenhagen – Purveyor to Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark since Manufacturer of hand painted porcelain in dinnerware, figurines, collectibles.

Table setting - Flora Danica from Royal Copenhagen, Denmark.

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Place Setting - SFH adds: A stunning place setting/pattern. Imagine a table set for

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Pattern Porcelain Serving Dish, 20th century, circular, polychrome enamel and gilt-decorated, titled "Rosa robiginosa L"

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Pattern Porcelain Serving Dish, century, circular, polychrome enamel and gilt-decorated, titled "Rosa robiginosa L"

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica porcelain set, originally created by one of the greatest porcelain painters Johann Christoph Bayer in 1790, was commissioned by King Christian VII to the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory as a gift to Tsarina Catharine II of Russia. Catherine the Great died in 1796, before the design of the 1,802 pieces, which took a total of 12 years to bring to whole, was completed.

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica porcelain set, originally created by one of the greatest porcelain painters Johann Christoph Bayer in was commissioned by King Christian VII to the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory as a gift to Tsarina Catharine I

For anyone finding themselves in Copenhagen in Dec - go see the Royal Copenhagen’s Christmas Tables - they're absolutely magical

Beautiful table with pieces from the Flora Danica pattern by Royal Copenhagen - each piece is signed by the botanical artist and the gold artist

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