Founded in Copenhagen in 1775 by the chemist Frantz Heinrich Müller, under the protection of Queen Juliane Marie, Royal Copenhagen is one of the oldest porcelain manufacturers in Europe. The company is known throughout the world for its classic blue and white designs, heavily inspired by the porcelain imported from China during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Other more modern and innovative ranges are regularly produced and are becoming increasingly popular in contemporary homes. These include the well-loved Element plates by Louise Campbell. The most famous Royal Copenhagen creations include the Flora Danica, Blue Fluted, Blue Flower, Henriette, Saxon Flower, Fan, Gemina and Gemma collections.
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