From both Germany and Denmark it's certain this Crested Tit has been around and although it favors either Royal Copenhagen or Bing and Grondahl it was actually created by the Lyngby factory in the 1960s (they closed in 1969). Lyngby painted undecorated porcelain from the KPM factory of Germany according to the Danish taste beginning around 1936 and is rather rarer than its Copenhagen cousins although it looks much the same. The hand painted detail on this bird is exquisitely done and trust me when I say the photos do not do it justice. It is finished in a shiny glaze and is 3 3/8 inches in length from beak to tail, 1 5/8 inches in width at the bottom and stands 2.5 inches tall. You'll find it to be in excellent vintage condition and ready to begin the next chapter of its amazing journey....
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