Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51
Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51

Set of 6 Danish Bing & Grondahl København 9" Plates with Elaborate Royal Bespoke Crest Monogram, c.1948-51

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Superb vintage set of 6 plates, heavy Danish ironstone in a fluted pattern hand decorated on blue transferware pattern. The plume feather crown monogram makes these uniquely appealing. I've owned the set for at least 25 years, cabinet plates in my other home which represents our Danish family heritage. The marks on back were used between 1948-1951.  Bing & Grøndahl was a Danish porcelain manufacturer founded in 1853 by the sculptor Frederik Vilhelm Grøndahl and merchant brothers Meyer Hermann Bing and Jacob Herman Bing.  The trademark backstamp for Bing & Grøndahl (B&G) porcelains is the three towers derived from the Coat of Arms of Copenhagen. The company's Seagull dinnerware series became known as the "National Service of Denmark" in the 1950s when it was found in one tenth of all Danish households. In 1987 the company merged with its primary competitor, the Royal Porcelain Factory under the name Royal Copenhagen (Wikipedia).  We also currently have quite a few wonderful old Victorian and later flow blue & transferware pieces so be sure to browse some while you're with us.  Fantastic decorative accents all!

Very good to excellent condition for age and type. The set has been part of a larger ceremonial plate set, all have the same hand painted plume crown crest and monogram. I find no chips, no hairlines, no evidence of any use or damage to any of the set of 6. I've always had them in cabinet on display only.  I will be offering the large platter seen in final image in cabinet behind these plates, too, as a separate offering. Watch for it in our listings.