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Flora dánica, de Royal Copenhagen. 16.284 €

Flora dánica, de Royal Copenhagen. 16.284 €

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica porcelain soup tureen, cover and stand date code for 1968 Titled in Latin to reverse, printed factory mark, numbered 20/3562 and 20/3563. height overall 10 1/2in; length across handles 11 3/4in; diameter of stand 31 1/4in

A Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica porcelain soup tureen, cover and stand date code for 1968 Titled in Latin to reverse, printed factory mark, numbered 20/3562 and 20/3563. height overall 10 1/2in; length across handles 11 3/4in; diameter of stand 31 1/4in

A ROYAL COPENHAGEN 'FLORA DANICA' LARGE OVAL TUREEN, COVER AND STAND MODERN standard printed and painted factory marks and shape numbers 20 3560 and 20 3561.

A ROYAL COPENHAGEN 'FLORA DANICA' LARGE OVAL TUREEN, COVER AND STAND MODERN standard printed and painted factory marks and shape numbers 20 3560 and 20 3561.

#antique DAMAGED Antique Ridgways Vistas Coffee Tea Pot Teapot #zibbet

#antique DAMAGED Antique Ridgways Vistas Coffee Tea Pot Teapot #zibbet

Soup tureen with cover in Flora Danica pattern, Denmark, 20th Cent.

Soup tureen with cover in Flora Danica pattern, Denmark, 20th Cent.

Wine cooler - Flora Danica - Royal Copenhagen, Denmark.

Wine cooler - Flora Danica - Royal Copenhagen, Denmark.

Flora Danica 118 1/2 Oz Medium Oval Covered Soup Tureen By Royal Copenhagen

Flora Danica 118 1/2 Oz Medium Oval Covered Soup Tureen By Royal Copenhagen

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Sugar Bowl : Lot 814

Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Sugar Bowl : Lot 814

Vintage Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica

Vintage Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica

FLORA DANICA  ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN The most expensive china pattern in the world. Each piece is painted completely by hand; each piece is painted with a different plant from botanical illustrations. HM Queen Margrethe of Denmark has the full original complete set. She has graciously lent it to museums for exhibits.

FLORA DANICA ROYAL COPENHAGEN PORCELAIN The most expensive china pattern in the world. Each piece is painted completely by hand; each piece is painted with a different plant from botanical illustrations. HM Queen Margrethe of Denmark has the full original complete set. She has graciously lent it to museums for exhibits.

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