The Blue Flower decoration was originally painted onto three different shapes;
Braided and Curved, which date from the 17th century and the subtle Angular shape from the 18th century, by which the shapes of blomst is inspired. In this new design, a balance was struck between history and modernity; the clean geometry of the angular facets contrasting the softness of the flowers.
The newly revised shape has a beautiful balance. A quiet poetry emerges from the new interpretation of the edged shape. The distinctive edging is characteristically Royal Copenhagen, developed by Arnold Krog in 1913 and before him, G.F Hetsch in 1820.