Royal Copenhagen are a name that stands out in regards to luxury dinnerware for the home interior.
Their Blue Fluted Lace collection shows the utmost in variation in design and in craftsmanship with the pattern dating back to the 1700s and now given new life with a new designer.
The delicate lace weave along the borders is so intricate only one of the very best
of the highly skilled craftsman are able to accomplish the luxury
design due to its complexity. The original pattern dates back to 1775 but Arnold Krog designed the current version used in this superb collection to grace the dinner tables of some of the most prestigious home interior
around the world.
The Blue Fluted Lace pattern is a big part of Denmarks cultural heritage and to connoisseurs from around the globe it is the ultimate in luxury
porcelain. The Blue Fluted Lace was one of Royal Copenhagens first porcelain dinners services for the home interior
. It was also a measure of the skill of the craftsman at Royal Copenhagen.
This very versatile and delicate pattern was first undertaken by the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain manufacturers in 1775 when the home interior
business was founded and the identification number which was printed on the bottom of each design was No. 1. This design became very popular in the home interior
at this time and even today it has
never gone out of fashion and is among the very best
. In fact it has been one of the most sought after designs from the company. While the pattern may look very simple it is far from it. It takes around 1,197 strokes of the brush when painting a dinner plate with the Blue Flute Pattern. The majority of these strokes are merely small dots. The pattern originated from the home interior
of China and has been used by various porcelain manufacturers all over the world mostly painted by machines. However at Royal Copenhagen the pattern is hand painted by craftsman who have trained for numerous years. A Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Lace dinner service is a real luxury
and one of the very best
treasures in any home interior
One of the many things that the pattern is known and admired for is the timeless quality of the very best
that it has about it. The Blue Fluted Lace has three different designs. One is a plain design with a smooth simple edge, Half Lace pattern with an edge painted in lace and a Full Lace pattern with a perforated lace edge. The dinner service is almost indistinguishable from the pattern of the original of more than 200 years ago. Additional pieces have been introduced keeping with the style of the original, these were added to the home interior
collection from 1885 onwards.