The author's rare figurine Pandas, mother and cub.
Royal Copenhagen, Denmark, 1937.
Sculptor Allan Therkelsen
Model No. #666.
*Very expensive,but it's worth it*-so say the experts when it comes to Copenhagen porcelain...
Royal Copenhagen is a company with long-standing, rich traditions and interesting history. 1 may 1775 under the patronage of Queen Juliana of Mary was founded by Royal Danish porcelain manufactory. A symbol and brand of the manufacture are the three wavy lines, which in turn represent the three main Danish Straits. ROYAL COPENHAGEN the only Royal factory,preserved from the times of absolute monarchy. So still her trademark also is crowned. In the late nineteenth century, along with crockery and vases and sculptures for Royal Copenhagen began to produce sculptures of animals. Each of the figurines is a real work of art, designed to bring good luck and happiness to their owners! Animal figurines became an absolute classic of the Danish Royal manufactory. Weightless, light, elegant... Each is painted by hand with brush and pulverization in a special underglaze technique, which gives the figurine a delicate look and emphasizes their realistic appearance. Colors underglaze colors are not so bright, but from this at least expressive, includes a blurred color from shades of blue and green to the nuances of grey and brown. The paint that covered the surface of the vases, decorative dishes and tea sets, clearly conveyed the Danish landscape and nature, original painting did recognizable. Throughout the XX century, the Danish products manufactory was popular and was always the first exhibitions of decorative art, attracting the attention of the audience, winning awards and medals.