Click here for Danish version
På Dansk

 
Frontpage
Current offers
Opening hours and info

Categories:
Christmas items from Denmark
Want List
Bird exhibition in Mariager Porcelain Birds
Jeanne Grut Royal Copenhagen
Stoneware Art Pottery Danish etc.
Figurines Animals Royal Copenhagen
Figurines Animals B&G porcelain
Figurines - Vases Lyngby - KPM
Dahl Jensen figurines, porcelain
H.C. Andersen Items
Aluminia Art Faience vases, figurines baca, tenera
Tableware -Royal Copenhagen
Tableware -B&G Bing & Grondahl
Stoneware - B&G Kronjyden Nissen
Aluminia Royal Copenhagen Faience
Lyngby Tableware - KPM
Desiree Denmark porcelain and stonewaare
Tableware-Stoneware- European
Cutlery - Silver plates - Steel
Glass, Drinking Glass, Holmegaard
Silver-Cutlery-Holowware-Collectibles
Silver-Michelsen-Georg Jensen-
Vases, Bowls - Decorative Porcelain
Furniture - Clocks - Various
Plates - Danish Christmas Plates
Art: Paintings, Drawings, Etchings
Bronze, copper, pewter etc
European Figurines porcelain ceramic
Dog Exhibition in Mariager Denmark
Themes

E-mail
Member of:
Visit WorldAntique.Net here
WorldAntique.Net

Member of:
Your Security
Kad-ringen.dk

Klosterkaelderen

v/ Jan Ringsmose
Fuglsangsgade 4
9550 Mariager
DK - Denmark
mail@klosterkaelderen.dk

We do ship worldwide - Please order from the text after clicking on the desired item - sending email to mail@klosterkaelderen.dk
to get a total for your destination
 

next subject

offer in the category:
H.C. Andersen Items

Price: 700.- DKK per item

Please email mail@klosterkaelderen.dk for ordering & your questions

Royal Copenhagen Christmas Plate 2014 Hans Christian AndersenIn mint and nice condition

In 2014 the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plate
depicts two children, Matilde and Alfred,
who are on their way home with the Christmas
tree on their sledge. They have stopped
in front of the statue of Hans Christian
Andersen, which is placed outside the
Copenhagen city hall, erected in 1905. With
the motif of this years Christmas series,
Royal Copenhagen creates a lovely Christmas
story with the two children, who of course
remember the Hans Christian Andersen
fairytale "The Fir Tree" that he wrote in
1845.