Visse auktionsfirmaer, der slger porceln p Internettet under loven om fjernsalg, vil hvde at 2. Dette er stik imod bde historiske fakta og praksis hos Royal Copenhagen den dag i dag. eller andre sorteringer kan vre "fdt" med br nvnes og kan betegnes som flger: Misfarvninger i dekorationen under glasuren. Please consider supporting this project by sponsoring a few minutes work by contributing a small donating.
MIKHAIL ADAMOVICH, 1884-1947 Russian Soviet Propaganda plate, pre-Revolutionary mark of Kuznetsov factory, blue state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog, dated 1919 and initialed by the artist O. Each bears marks of pre-Revolutionary Kuznetsov Porcelain factory, Leningrad Lomonosov porcelain factory and inscription “After drawing by L. Based on a lithograph by Ludwig Kainer, published in his portfolio Russisches Ballett, Leipzig, Wolff, 1913. H = 11" Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog). A possibility is that Costakis obtained a design from Larionov and then had the piece painted and initialed on his behalf in Greece. Five hand painted porcelain plates by Kornilov factory, signed BK and dated 1916 on reverse with caricatures on Rasputin, Nicolas II and Alexandra Feodorovna. Three of the plates (images in the left column) evidently have been produced when Rasputin was alive, two others are reflecting period when he was already murdered (Dec 1916). When no one else could help Alexei's bleeding disorder, Rasputin made the bleeding stop.
Together with the new patterns from the 1960s like Azur, Rune and Cordial, it became a successful business both for export and the home market.
In 1957 Kronjyden initiated a stoneware production in cooperation with the designer J. Quistgaard (1919-1987) and his company Danish Design, starting with Flamestone and followed by Relief.
The other great Copenhagen manufactory Royal Copenhagen had a system for each pattern: the pattern name had a number at the series of items in that particular pattern had another number.
At B&G there is not shown pattern numbers, but each item has a number, which is the same at all pattern for the same kind of item.
I 1957 pbegyndte Kronjyden en produktion af stentjsstel i samarbejde med designeren J. Quistgaard (1919-1987) og dennes firma "Dansk Design": Frst Flamestone og siden Relief; efterfulgt i 1960erne af Azur, Rune og Cordial.
Dette blev en succes bde p eksport- og hjemmemarkedet. I 1980erne mnstre som Cafe og Camelia var s fint stentj at det nrmede sig porceln i kvaliteten.