Art dating royal copenhagen

However, the building was constructed already in 1806-8 and used as a summer residence for the wealthy Søbøtker family from Copenhagen.

The motif is hand painted in the distinctive Royal Copenhagen blue and was issued in a limited edition.

The way to distinguish the pieces apart, is to run a nail, over the three blue wave lines.

Grade B pieces are marked with a vertical scratch in the porcelain where the wave lines are painted. Also the little blue signature next to the wave lines is the hand painter's (called blue painter) signature, and the green Royal Copenhagen logo contains further information for dating the piece.

The Øregaard Estate in the town of Hellerup north of Copenhagen is testimony to his wealth and lifestyle.

Constructed in the years 1806-8, in the tumultuous period between greatness and demise in Denmark.

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