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From 1775 the wavy lines were painted by hand, but in the 1870's Royal Copenhagen began to stamp and glaze the trademark.
It was an entirely original production of vases, bowls etc.This small line indicates which year the item has been produced.By looking at the small green lines/spots above or under a letter in the trademark you are able to determine the year of production and thereby the age of the porcelain item. on items produced in 1935, the green spot/line is placed above the first letter in the company name (R).En kunstnersignatur blev angivet frst med romertal og siden arabiske tal for at ende med bogstavmonogram . BACA was the last of the many series that was a result of the long life experiences and experiments of the Artist Nils Thorsson.I 1903 kom model- eller formnummeret til - sledes havde du dekorationsnummeret over stregen og form eller modelnummeret nedenunder. First mentioned internally in 1964, where it was mentioned that the series was developed on the basis of a new silkscreening technique.De begyndte med bistagemrket og et nummmer 1901 - 1933.
En serie dekorationsnumre blev tilfjet startende fra nr- 1.
Dekorationsnumrene gik fra 5001-5038; og formnumrene fra 5001 - 5033 p jungle.
May 1775 it was decided that the trademark/brand/factory stamp should consist of three wavy lines (waves), symbolizing the three waterways through Denmark; the Sound and the two belts (the Sound (Oresund)), the Great Belt and the Little Belt).
Ellen Malmer (EM) designed 14 forms and a few were designed by the other artists: Johanna Gerber (JG), Beth Breyen (BB), Inge Lise Koefoed (IK) Anne Marie Trolle (AT) and Ivan Weiss (IW).
The 94 different forms are known with 105 different decorations. The first number is the form number (above the line) and the number under the line is the decoration number.
Joachim efter 1911 Kbenhavns fajancefabrik Aluminia skriver sin historie tilbage til ret 1862, hvor den blev grundlagt af August Schittt (1834 - 1863).