Bing and Grøndahl

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. It often referred to as Royal Copenhagen, is a Danish porcelain company with a rich history dating back to the 18th century.

Bing & Grøndahl produced a wide range of porcelain products, including tableware, vases, figurines, and jewelry. The company's most famous design is the Blue Fluted pattern, which was introduced in 1885. Their creations often featured delicate and intricate hand-painted designs, which became synonymous with Danish porcelain craftsmanship.

In 1987, Bing & Grøndahl merged with another prestigious Danish porcelain company, Royal Porcelain Factory (established in 1775), to form Royal Copenhagen. This merger brought together two iconic brands, allowing them to continue their legacy of producing exquisite porcelain items.


c.1950s ~ 60


c.1950s ~ 60


c.1950s ~ 70

The marks below are after 1970s







Figurine 'Marie'