Royal Copenhagen (formerly Royal Danish Porcelain) is a company out of Denmark that has been around since the late 18th century. They are most known for the blue and white colors on dishes and figures.
Copenhagen is still very popular and salable today. For collectors, the most sought after dishes are the Blue Fluted Full Lace and Flora Danica Patterns. The Full Lace pattern is blue and white with small holes around the edges. Flora Danica pattern has gold pointed edges around the rim. They are very delicate and often get chipped.
When it comes to figures, older the better. Sometimes the older figures have other colors besides the classic blue and white. They may be orange and yellow as well. Also, larger more detailed figures go for more money than smaller ones.
Common Royal Copenhagen Mark
Blue Fluted Open Lace Royal Copenhagen
Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Lobster Plate
Copenhagen Fanoe Girl by Carl Martin- Hansen
Large Copenhagen Wave and Rock Figure