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Bing & Grondahl 6" Wall Plate Inuit Boy and Fish 4904-949

Bing & Grondahl 6" Wall Plate Inuit Boy and Fish 4904-949

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Bing & Grondahl 6" Wall Plate Inuit Boy and Fish 4904-949

If you are looking for a gift for a girl and boy, (or yourself!), then look no further than this gorgeous Bing & Grondahl 6″ Wall Plate Inuit Boy and Fish 4904-949. Designed by the famous Danish Modernist Artist, Ib Antoni (1929-1973).

This kitsch Blue & White 1960s Bing & Grondahl Copenhagen Porcelain Plate features a Danish boy with a fish dressed in traditional Greenlandic Inuit dress 4904-949. We also have a girl dressed as a Ballerina 4905-949.

Although designed as wall plates, they could also be used as large coasters on, for example, a bed side cabinet.

In very good condition with no cracks, chips or restoration. Very slight rub marks on the rear where the wire has been in contact with the porcelain.

A discount is given if both plates are bought in the same transaction. Shipping will be combined.

Approximate Measurements:

Base Diameter: 11cm
Face Diameter: 15cm (6″)
Height: 1.6cm


Three tower printed mark (used 1970-1983)


Copenhagen Porcelain

Made in Denmark

Design number 4904-949

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Some Trivia For You

Bing & Grondahl (B&G) porcelain was founded in 1853 by Frederik Vilhelm Grøndahl and brothers Meyer. H. Bing and Jacob.H. Bing.
The distinctive blue colouration and glazing is obtained using cobalt blue paint on unfired porcelain. The porcelain is then fired, glazed and fired again: known as ‘underglaze firing.’
The three towers in the back mark comes from the Coat of Arms of Copenhagen.
In 1987 B&G merged with the Royal Porcelain Factory to form ‘Royal Copenhagen’.

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