Pottery/ Ceramics

Royal Copenhagen mug set 1968 Small annual limited series 3” ceramic coffee mugs (2)

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    Set of (2) highly collectible ceramic faience Royal Copenhagen coffee mugs in size small (3” or 7.5cm) - like a large espresso cup or small tea. Microwave safe.
    Faience is a traditional pottery technique of tin-glazed earthenware but from 1995 onward the mugs were made of porcelain.

    Year 1968 for both mugs designed by Ellen Malmer.

    In like-new condition, no flaws, chips, etc.

    Made in Copenhagen, Denmark
    Royal Copenhagen produced an annual mug (large and small) every year from 1967-2014 by different selected designers.
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