Each piece of blomst tableware bears beautifully rendered flowers, hand-painted with a single brush stroke technique developed specifically for this new design. The method mirrors the technique used for Royal Copenhagen’s Blue Flower in 1779 only significantly updated. Using cobalt blue color pigment on untreated porcelain, this single brush stroke technique brings out a three-dimensionality of the motif, giving the flowers a lively, vivid appearance.
Having an intimate knowledge of each flower’s specific architecture combined with a mastery in brushwork, Royal Copenhagen’s skilled artisans are able to render the glorious flowers and give each flower sculptural grace. Each one of Royal Copenhagen’s highly skilled painters have been trained to paint each and every flower until they know precisely how to master the brush strokes.