Royal Copenhagen Saxon Flower Leaf Dish


A nineteenth century dish from this fine Danish porcelain factory.
A series of tableware, Saxon flower, all hand painted making each piece unique.
Large leaf shaped dish with a branch handle, 3D posy of porcelain flowers and heavily gilded rim.
  • Factory mark blue waves painted on base
  • First quality
  • Size: 23.5 cm long x 18.5 cm width
Lovely condition – raised posy has minor chips.

Out of stock


In 1779, Blue Flower came to life as Royal Copenhagen’s second pattern. The pattern, which is no longer in production, featured a spray of flowers, seemingly freshly picked from the gardens of Denmark and hand-painted in Royal Copenhagen’s signature royal blue on fine, white porcelain. The bunches of flowers consists of tulip, rose, bindweed, poppy, auricula and carnations. This tableware is painted by hand and therefore no two pieces are identical.

Danish Porcelain

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