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I 1957 pbegyndte Kronjyden en produktion af stentjsstel i samarbejde med designeren J. Quistgaard (1919-1987) og dennes firma "Dansk Design": Frst Flamestone og siden Relief; efterfulgt i 1960erne af Azur, Rune og Cordial.
Dette blev en succes bde p eksport- og hjemmemarkedet. I 1980erne mnstre som Cafe og Camelia var s fint stentj at det nrmede sig porceln i kvaliteten.
On smaller items like animals and birds, there will not always be room for the the three Royal Towers - they will be marked B&G in blue and the stoneware in black.
Dating is more unsure, but the use of color, size of B&G will as a rule follow the above "Kun til dekoration - m ikke slges" In Danish it says "Only for decoration, not for sale" These items were lend out to dealers or exhibitions.
: It is possible to date pieces from Bing & Grondahl porcelain looking at the factory mark at the base. Also I found that at least on Christmas plates in the 1960s there seems to be some mix up of the back stamps.
B & G, Bing & Grondahl refer to the founders: Fred. Grndahl (1819-1856), technical director; the brothers M. On figurines with less room for the stamp - the different partial markings make it even harder to date the pieces.
it was sold as 2nd factory products in the outlet store of the factory.
Being 2nd quality was shown by making a scratch over the stamp, which can be felt by the tip of a nail or seen from the right angle.
At B&G there is not shown pattern numbers, but each item has a number, which is the same at all pattern for the same kind of item.
An attempt to make a complete B&G dinnerware item list is found here with Seagull as the ongoing example: B&G Seagull items overview 1937.
In 1957 Kronjyden initiated a stoneware production in cooperation with the designer J. Quistgaard (1919-1987) and his company Danish Design, starting with Flamestone and followed by Relief.
I begyndelsen af 1970erne da B&G overtog fabrikken, blev Tema det mest solgte spisestel i Danmark. 38 skabtes dekorationer som Mexico og Columbia, efterfulgt af Peru p form nr. Interessen for stentjsstel var faldende og i 1988 blev produktionen i Randers lukket.
If a piece of Copenhagen porcelain did not live 100% up to the standard of quality when it comes to decoration, coloring and the surface of the glaze.