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Royal Copenhagen designed by Larsen in 2000, the blue fluted mega pattern is based on elements found in the traditional blue fluted service (debuting with the factory in 1775). The blue fluted mega pattern. Since 1775, royal copenhagen has designed dinnerware with a historical trail of different forms and colors. scandinavian design on white porcelain makes royal copenhagen dinnerware a simple, yet attractive addition to any home. to see more royal copenhagen dinnerware, click here.

The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Factory was founded in Denmark in 1775, under the patronage of Queen Juliane Marie. A converted post office in the centre of Copenhagen was the site where the Danish chemist Frantz Henrich Muller and a team of artisans began producing the blue dinnerware that has become the factory's mark of distinction.Cobalt was the most economic colour, and the only one that could withstand the intense heat required to fuse the porcelain paste to the glaze. Today, Royal Copenhagen has expanded its collection to include contemporary, innovative designs from renowned designers, as well as retain its reputation for, and range of classically beautiful porcelain.

Royal Copenhagen Black Fluted Mega China. Royal Copenhagen for the first time in its 231 years of history is introducing a service in black. The Mega, Royal Copenhagen Black Fluted mega china service, a youthful re-take of the classic Blue Fluted service from 1775, has become an international neo-classic, and now blue and white Mega welcomes a cousin from the world of fashion.

Royal Copenhagen the hand-painted decorations will appear on nine different items: the high-handled cup, four plates, three bowls and a jug. Besides these, Black Fluted Mega will be supplemented by a black version of another classic: Black Fluted Plain. Four items from the White Plain service will now appear in a matt black version: two types of thermal cups and plates in two sizes. Please purchase on online www.etabletop.com



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