Dating royal copenhagen marks
Denmark has a faience tradition which is more than two hundred years old.
At the beginning of the eighteenth century the first faience factory was established in Copenhagen, and other soon followed.
Most of the forms were designed by Nils Thorsson (NT).
Ellen Malmer (EM) designed 14 forms and a few were designed by the other artists: Johanna Gerber (JG), Beth Breyen (BB), Inge Lise Koefoed (IK) Anne Marie Trolle (AT) and Ivan Weiss (IW).
The Scandinavian studio was a happy place; each piece reflects this mood, and gives justification to the name TENERA, which means "The young - The Budding - The Spirited." Jungle serien i chamottestentj fra 1931 blev mrket med de tre blgelinier som Royal Copenhagen stentj.
Dekorationsnumrene gik fra 5001-5038; og formnumrene fra 5001 - 5033 p jungle.
From the beginning, each porcelain item was marked with three waves symbolising Denmarks three straits: the Sound and the Great and Little Belts.En serie dekorationsnumre blev tilfjet startende fra nr- 1.En kunstnersignatur blev angivet frst med romertal og siden arabiske tal for at ende med bogstavmonogram . BACA was the last of the many series that was a result of the long life experiences and experiments of the Artist Nils Thorsson.For almost 100 years after the establishment of the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory in 1775, the three waves were painted by hand.But in around 1870, the company began stamping the mark under the glaze a tradition that lives on today.