TWO Danish Royal Pieces of History from King Frederick VIII's Palace Charlottenlund.
There will be a hand written contract of sale documenting the pieces as coming from King Frederick's Grandson, Princess Dagmar's son, "C. Casenskiold".
The document will include a list of these items that we acquired from the family.
#1 A Stunning Silver Serving Dish bearing The Royal Monogram of
Crown Prince Frederick & Princess Louise Of Sweden.
Maker: VK , Van Kempen , Dutch Silversmith
Date: Q , 1825
Silver standard mark , Minerva head.
Fully Gilt interior.
This Silver Dish was Passed from Princess Dagmar Of Denmark to her son.
Princess Dagmar is the Daughter of King Frederick VIII of Denmark & Princess Louise of Sweden & Norway.
10 1/4" long
8 1/4" wide
2 1/4" tall
This dish is in fine age related condition,
with some wear to gilt gold interior, normal age related wear. (see Photos)
#2 Royal Copenhagen Lion Flanked Porcelain Tulip Vase with Palace Charlottenlund hand painted on one side.
Maker: Royal Copenhagen
Date: 1870 -1890
Signed on the bottom:
Charlottenlund was King Frederick VIII of Denmark & Princess Louise of Sweden & Norway's Home,
Princess Dagmar was Born in this Palace.
9 1/2" long
3 1/2" deep
This tulip vase is in beautiful condition for display,
there is a group of hairline cracks running from an impact on the floral side of the vase,
the larger crack runs up and intersects two holes on the top.
The palace side is in beautiful shape. (Please SEE PHOTOS)
This vase & silver dish, were both passed down to Dagmar's son.
We got them both directly from him.
Will be Packed & Shipped together, Signature required.
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