Royal Copenhagen, was founded in 1775 to serve the queen of Denmark, introducing its first new tableware set of the 21st century. The chrysanthemums are their trademark design for centuries. Danish designer Louise Campbell even called for a departure from the company's classic blue. In its place: tangerine, turquoise and midnight black Royal Copenhagen held a monopoly on the "Blue Fluted" name. Royal Copenhagen's exclusive Flora Danica dinnerware pattern and its Blue Fluted porcelain pattern, first produced in 1775 and still hand-painted today.
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