Most porcelain made since 1935 can be
dated by locating green dots placed
above or below the letters in the
company name, which is stamped on all
On porcelain made in the year 1935,
the dot is placed just above the first
letter in the company name, eg. “R”.
Each year thereafter, the dot is moved
one letter to the right so that on
porcelain made in the year 1936, the dot
is placed above the “O”, and so on.
By 1949, the dot has reached the last
letter, and so in 1950, the dot once
again appears next to the first letter
in the company name, only now it is
Please follow the picture below to
track your Royal Copenhagen porcelain.