Bing & Grondahl Seagull Toothpick Holder


The Seagull service ( Mågestellet in Danish ) is one of the most popular tablewares in Denmark. Bing & Grondahl launched the Seagull tableware in 1892 from a design by Fanny Garde. The service is characterised by the moulded scale shape, the shaded blue glaze, beautiful gulls and seahorses and Gold rims.

 Bing & Grondahl Seagull with Gold Toothpick Holder 240 – 6 cm x 6 cm

Excellent condition – little to no signs of use

2 in stock


 Bing and Grondahl

Bing and Grondahl was a Danish ceramics factory founded in 1853 by Frederik Vilhelm Grøndahl and Harald Bing. The factory was located in Copenhagen and was known for its production of porcelain. Bing and Grøndahl primarily produced decorative porcelain, including figurines, vases, bowls and plates. Many of their designs were inspired by nature motifs and the factory had a high standard of quality and craftsmanship. In 1987, Bing and Grondahl merged with the Danish ceramics factory Royal Copenhagen. Bing and Grondahl’s production continued under the name Bing & Grondahl, which became part of the Royal Copenhagen Group. Bing and Grondahl porcelain is still sought after and collected by collectors worldwide due to their fine craftsmanship and unique designs.

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