Royal Copenhagen Porcelain "Flora Danica" Footed Compote, ca. 1969-197 – Lofty Marketplace
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Royal Copenhagen Porcelain "Flora Danica" Footed Compote, ca. 1969-1974, no. 3588

Royal Copenhagen Porcelain "Flora Danica" Footed Compote, ca. 1969-1974, no. 3588

Item Description:

The hand painted and gilded porcelain footed compote with a scalloped lip, the mouth, foot and details are highlighted in gilding, the center painted with with a bulb and blooming flower, "Rosa suavifolia Lightf", and named on the base of the bowl, the foot with under glaze blue and over glaze maker's marks and with the paper label


No chips or cracks to the rim or foot. Very minor wear to the gilding on the underside of the bowl. Please contact for specific condition questions.


Private collection

Inherited by descent to the current owner


Height 5.5 in.

Width 8 in.

Depth 8 in.

About The Artist:

The Flora Danica pattern was designed in the 18th century by Johann Christoph Bayer for Royal Copenhagen after the botanical illustrations he painted for the Danish botanical work the Flora Danica. Begun in 1761, the Flora Danica consists of 3,240 engravings in folio of all the wild plants that grew in the kingdom of Denmark. It is generally believed that the Flora Danica dinner set was intended as a present from the Danish king to the Russian Tsarina Catharine II. The Flora Danica set became Bayer's life work.


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