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Lyngby Trompete-Vase
Klares Weißes Porzellan 18 cm
Flora Danica Krokus

1.018,10 kr.

As early as the 1920’s, trumpet-shaped vases were popular in Denmark, and Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark also manufactured various trumpet-shaped porcelain vases in the 1930’s and 1940’s. Inspired by these early designs from Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark, we have created the original Lyngby Trumpet vase, retaining the beautiful symmetry and balance of the classic Lyngby vase. The Lyngby Trumpet vase in clear white porcelain is perfect for romantic red roses, a beautiful bouquet of wild flowers or to be on display as an elegant sculpture in its own right.
Back in the day, it was popular to decorate white Lyngby Vases from Porcelænsfabrikken Danmark (1936-1969) with motifs of wild flowers. This inspired us to create a new Lyngby series of exclusive products with original flora motifs from Flora Danica – the world’s largest hand-colored botanical atlas published in 1761-1883. The series is harmoniously expanding the Lyngby collection whilst paying tribute to Danish history – both in terms of the Lyngby Vase’s unique design heritage and Flora Danica’s natural history value.

Crocus:
Among the more than 3,000 Flora Danica motifs, the beautiful and colorful crocus with plate number MMXLII has been carefully selected to embellish the Lyngby Trumpet vase in this series. The crocus is a welcome sight in Danish nature with its simple and elegant shape, brilliant blue-violet petals and delicate orange-yellow pistil.

How to clean:
The flora motif is not dishwasher safe and should only be washed by hand.

 

Hersteller: Lyngby A/S
Maße: 18 cm x 10,7 cm
Material: Porzellan
EAN: 5711841981018
Verpackung: Originale Geschenkschachtel mit Aufdruck
Unverb. Preisempfehlung: 399,95 DKK
Nicht spülmaschinenfest – nur Handwäsche

 

 

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Klares Weißes Porzellan 18 cm
Flora Danica Krokus”