How can you tell Royal Copenhagen?
Each piece of Royal Copenhagen porcelain has a mark on its underside, telling its own unique story. The three waves, the royal stamp and the painters signature; symbolising authenticity, its royal heritage and hand-craftsmanship. In the overview below you can find out, when your Royal Copenhagen piece was created.
Can you eat off Royal Copenhagen plates?
Christmas plates from Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl, etc. are not toxic and you can easily eat off them. If you have old Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl, or Desiree Christmas plates, they can easily be used as plates for dinning.
Can you microwave Royal Copenhagen?
Yes, a set of porcelain or faience by Royal Copenhagen is safe to use in a microwave oven. Items with such decorations can be severely damaged by microwaves.
Can you eat on collectors plates?
We do not recommend not using old ware unless it shows signs of deterioration such as cracking or pitting of the glaze. This could be a sign that the glaze is disintegrating and could allow lead to leach into food.