Royal Copenhagen China T.olsen Fensmark Vintage Red Pimpernel Dinnerware Set 19p
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Royal Copenhagen China T.olsen Fensmark Vintage Red Pimpernel Dinnerware Set 19p:
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Fensmark Dinnerware Dessert Set 19 Pieces
Artist Thorkild Olsen (1890-1973) designed this pattern in 1961. He was employed with The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory for fifty years in 1908-1968. He is an author of dinnerware: "Dagmar"; "Quaking Grass"; "Hvedekorn". He is most famous for his vases Poupre de Chine and Bleu Royal. He is also well known for his oil paintings.
The Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory was founded in 1775. The three wavy lines, symbolizing the three waters separating the country - the Sound, The Great Belt and the Cattegat - became the trademark. Known throughout the world for decorative porcelain, plates & collectibles; quality porcelain set from common service to Flora Danica. China set on this sale is marked on the backside with genuine three waters mark in blue. There is a standard Crown ‘Royal Copenhagen Denmark’ mark printed in green on the backside of all dishes in this set. ‘Ĝ’ in ‘Copenhagen’ has bar above letter on cake platter. This mark truly identifies production of 1947. All other dishes have second ‘Ẽ’ in ‘Copenhagen’ with bar above letter and this mark identifies production of 1948. They were original Royal Copenhagen blanks and décor was painted on them much later.
Condition is immaculate with no cracks or chips found. Colors are bright and vibrant. Gold has no wear. Please take a look at the pictures to find out more about this set.
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