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As a rule, so far, I have not been a collector of figurines. Practically everything else. Oi.
But this little 6 inch long, porcelain baby is about as cute as they come! Seriously! This one is my favorite...today. But, wait till you see the rest of them!

I will be putting pieces from a vintage Royal Copenhagen figurine collection in the shop during the next few weeks, and some of them are dang cute! The collection belonged to a woman who had been a nurse specializing in newborn care. She loved her some babies, in her time, oh, yes she did!

Royal Copenhagen, is a manufacturer of porcelain products and was founded in Copenhagen May 1775 under the protection of Queen Juliane Marie. It is recognized by its factory mark,(see photo #5) the three wavy lines above each other, symbolizing Denmark’s three straits: Oresund, the Great Belt and the Little Belt. The painter's initial with the addition of an "x" translates to a form of the word fecit, meaning... painted by.

Ada Bonfils is credited as being the artist who designed and carved this figurine in 1915. Royal Copenhagen's MSRP (Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price) is listed at $225.00. (Just FYI)

Anyway, if you have any questions that still need answering, please contact me!
And thanks for coming by!!

ALSO- Please read my policy section before making your purchase. All sales are final, and I will combine multiple purchases to reduce shipping costs.

Peace, Kathy

Vintage Royal Copenhagen Naked Baby With Sock 1739 Piano Baby


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: porcelain, glaze
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 117 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people