Professional and careful stewardship of a piece of Danish history
Royal Copenhagen was founded in 1775 by the Danish Royal Family when the first porcelain dinner service - featuring a blue mussel decoration - was created. Since then, Royal Copenhagen has manufactured products that combine respect for tradition, innovation and world-class design. Each and every product design is rooted in the company's long-standing craftsmanship tradition.
Among its most famous and most exclusive dinner service ranges are Flora Danica, the best-selling, mussel-decorated Mega and the colourful new Elements.
The company's chief markets are Scandinavia and Japan, where Royal Copenhagen commands a leading position in hand-painted porcelain. The company is headquartered in Glostrup, also home to one of the company's production facilities. The company also has its own factory in Thailand, employing more than 200 porcelain painters.
Royal Copenhagen was sold to Fiskars in december 2012.