Collecting Blue Fluted Plain Dinnerware by Royal Copenhagen

When staying with friends this summer we truly enjoyed dining in with their gorgeous dinnerware by Royal Copenhagen. It really inspired us and we realised that if we were ever to have the same in our home, we needed to get started. A birthday present, adding to the collection of tea mugs in all shapes and patterns prompted our quest to a stylish dinnerware. Mixing dinnerware can be fun but our selection is not a mix in a good way. Our mugs are everything from Diamond Jubilee to Santa saying ho ho ho. Returning the gift, four tea mugs with a summery flower pattern got us started with one tea cup and saucer from Royal Copenhagen. Royal Copenhagen doesn’t come for free, but it does come with a two year breakage guarantee. The quality is lush, and as every piece is hand painted, you should choose each item with care. From now on, no more unwanted gifts for Birthday and Christmas. Also, you might come over nice pieces of the collection, second hand and even in sales sometimes. I wouldn’t mind mixing the different straw patterns, although we will be focusing on collecting the Blue Fluted Pain.

Collecting a certain dinnerware set does make you feel all grown up. But whatever makes you happy! We’ll probably combine this with Royal Copenhagen Fluted Contrast coffee mugs, as a contemporary touch on the breakfast table.

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    So happy you wrote this post! My Royal Copenhagen style is BlĂ„ Blomster. My parents started giving me cups and saucers for christmases and birthdays at a young age and even though it certainly wasn’t the most appreciated present back then, I am truly so thankful for it now! But sadly my collection is still in Sweden. I am planning on bringing it over to Melbourne but I would hate to break it!

  • Nice parents! That’s an excellent idea actually, to give it as presents to your children. Although I can see that toys would probably be more popular. Look what Santa’s brought you, darling!? Cup and saucer from Royal Copenhagen… ;)
    I would have tried to pack it carefully so that you can enjoy it. Unless you have planned to move back to Sweden, in the nearest future? x

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