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We would like to make more theme pages based on artists or motives.
Also we intend to generate and translate more information about Danish Porcelain Artists, markings, dating and the different china patterns.
It’s not a complicated perfume and it holds few secrets.
From the burst of verdancy and citrus to the soft musky chords in the drydown, it’s a straightforward blend.
But what it lacks in complexity, it makes up for in its vibrant character.
It’s refreshing in the summer and rejuvenating in the winter.
The production of faience lived its own quite life in the shadow of the blooming interest for industrial production of porcelain at Royal Copenhagen.
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In the Collector's Guide by Caroline & Nick Pope you will find a list of the known painters with number-signature and their working period at Royal Copenhagen.