This is a piece of lovely vintage Royal Copenhagen mid-century ceramics which I have for sale in my Iconic Edinburgh online shop.
This a fine faience piece - from the Tenera Series and dates to the 1960s.
There is a mark on the back for the designer, Beth Breyen, and the issue number:: 167/ 2883.
This a collectable piece is from the TENARA Series, it was designed by Beth Breyen in 1964 for ALUMINIA Denmark, before the use of the name Aluminia was ended in 1969.
Beth Breyen graduated from the Statens Hanværk in Oslo, Norway in 1960. She was one of six young female artists from Denmark, Norway and Sweden who Nils Thorsson brought into the art faience department at Aluminia in 1958 to create a dramatic new style that would become popular throughout the 60s and 70s.
The dish has a large daisy-type flower in the center - hand painted in purple and blue shades - with a purple band around the rim - and a ring of blue lines all around the upstand area inside.
Dimensions: 6 3/4 inches square. Height is 1 3/4 inches.
It is in good vintage condition with no chips or cracks.
A great display piece for your vintage Danish rosewood bureau.
I have a fair asking price for this stylish piece of mid-Century Scandinavian pottery.
Postage on this will be £4.95 with Royal Mail Recorded Delivery in the UK. This will be applied at the checkout.