SORTERINGTODAY WE HAVE TOO MANY FIGURINES IN SOME MODELS.
WE SELL SOME OF THESE FIGURINES WITH 50 % DISCOUNT.
Of the many techniques perfected there, Dresden lace is the most sought.
It was used to create the illusion of real fabric on figurines of, say, ladies dancing at a court ball or posing in so-called crinoline groups.
The practice of depicting characters from history, people from our daily lives, and a veritable Noah’s Ark of animals in miniaturized porcelain began in the West in 1710, when a Dresden alchemist named Johann Friedrich Böttger finally figured out the formula for hard-paste porcelain equal to that produced in Asia.
At the time, Böttger had already established a faience (glazed earthenware) factory in Dresden, so he located his porcelain works in Meissen, just down the Elbe River.
Please let me know if you find other under glazed porcelain figurines signed with KK to complete this list Overview with images. To find figurines for sale please click at the link below.: Kongelig porcelnsfigurer skabt af Knud Kyhn (1880-1969) in underglasur - srligt faune, hunde, bjrne mm .
Oversigt med billeder - klik p billedet for at se strre billede. The figurines are examples for display only - not for sale.
The production of faience lived its own quite life in the shadow of the blooming interest for industrial production of porcelain at Royal Copenhagen.
But the period from 1901 - 1928 became a new period of success under the artistic input from Chr.
1922 the rubber stamp "Kbenhavns Fajance Fabrik Danmark" (The Faience manufactory of Copenhagen: It is seen in different sizes.