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Set of plate, bowl, and cup in porcelain.
There are several versions of Kay Bojesen's children's service from the early 1950's: melamine, porcelain and precious silver. Each has its own charm. Mr. and Mrs. Bojesen used the melamine cup as a toothbrush holder, labeling them with bold red letters 'ERNA' and 'Kay"!
Their grandchildren have chosen to offer you this version in porcelain, decorated by illustrations from Danish artist, Thomas Warming. Try rolling an empty cup on your floor and enjoy the merriment of the parade created by the Royal Guardsmen as they march around you. Because, that's exactly what Mr. Bojesen did everyday in his shop in Copenhagen's Bredgade as they paraded past him on their way to the Royal Castle, Amalienborg, just around the corner.