Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica porcelain dinner service

By Royal Copenhagen (Danish, founded 1775)


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The dinner service was manufactured by the Danish Royal Copenhagen company, as part of their Flora Danica range of porcelain tableware. The first Flora Danica service was commissioned as a gift to the Empress Catherine II of Russia in the 18th Century. The name Flora Danica is taken from an illustrated botanical dictionary which was commissioned in 1761 by King Frederik V of Denmark. Flora Danica dinner services are therefore generally decorated with freehand paintings of animals and plants.

The set comprises 41 pieces, each of which is decorated with botanical illustrations and gilt rims. All pieces are marked to the underside with factory marks and shape numbers.
The individual pieces and their dimensions are as follows:

2 x lidded soup tureens: Height 22cm, width 33.5cm, depth 21cm
2 x large reticulated plates: Height 3.5cm, depth 26.5cm
1 x large bowl: Height 5cm, diameter 21cm
1 x small lidded sugar bowl: Height 8cm, diameter 11cm
1 x triangle shaped pickle dish with lid and plate: Height 9cm, depth 10cm
2 x lidded custard cups with stands: Height 9cm, diameter 10cm
1 x gravy boat: Height 5cm, width 17.5cm, depth 10cm
1 x milk jug: Height 7cm, width 8.5cm, depth 5.5cm
15 x tea cups: Height 6.5 - 8cm
15 x saucers: Diameter 11.5 - 13.5cm


Artist / Maker
By Royal Copenhagen (Danish, founded 1775)
Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
20th Century
20th Century
Gilt, Porcelain
Multi-coloured, White


22 cm / 8.7 inches
33.5 cm / 13 inches
21 cm / 8.3 inches


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