Royal Copenhagen

Blue Fluted Half Lace Dinnerware

Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen’s very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes – no more, no less – to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.
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Blue Fluted Half Lace Dinner Plate
Blue Fluted Half Lace Salad Plate
Blue Fluted Half Lace Tea Cup and Saucer
Blue Fluted Half Lace Coffee Cup and Saucer Set Available for Backorder
$160.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace 9" Lunch Plate
Blue Fluted Half Lace Cereal Bowl Available for Backorder
$175.00
BLUE FLUTED HALF LACE TEA POT
BLUE FLUTED HALF LACE TEA POT Available for Backorder
$350.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Large Sugar Bowl Available for Backorder
$235.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Large Creamer
Blue Fluted Half Lace Coffee Pot Available for Backorder
$395.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Gravy Boat with Stand Available for Backorder
$350.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Square Salad Bowl Available for Backorder
$300.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Large Salad Bowl Available for Backorder
$350.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Large Oval Platter Available for Backorder
$395.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Round High Footed Cake Plate Available for Backorder
$475.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Small Salad Bowl Available for Backorder
$235.00
Blue Fluted Half Lace Cake Stand
Some Items Available for Backorder
Expected to ship in 4-6 weeks
Call us at 1-800-793-6670 or send us a message for more information
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Material Porcelain
SKU group-blueflutedhalflace-dinnerware
Details & Care Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Historical yet timeless: Royal Copenhagen’s very first porcelain dinner service, the Blue Fluted pattern is as graceful as when it was first adopted in 1775 as the very first porcelain dinner service. It takes 1,197 brush strokes – no more, no less – to paint a Blue Fluted Half Lace dinner plate. Meticulous work and gorgeous art always went hand in hand.