Establishment of Danish retailer Holst & Knudsen.
The Danish Porcelain Manufactory – Lyngby Porcelæn is established in Kongens Lyngby. Then the Lyngby vase is introduced.
First look at the Bonbonniere, produced as a limited edition.
This year sees the introduction of the oven-proof Danild range. Danild was an everyday porcelain dinner service with many oven-proof elements designed to be taken directly from oven to table. The Rhombe pattern we see on the Rhombe dinner service today derives from and is inspired by the Danild range.
Axel Brüel is taken on by the company.
Joe Colombo designs 2-in-1 glass.
The world’s first thermo porcelain dinner service, Thermodan, designed by Axel Brüel, goes into production.
This year, the Esben Klint lamp is launched. The lamp was created collaboratively by designer Esben Klint and Lyngby Porcelæn.
For the first time, the catalogues include The Form vases.
The Danish Porcelain Manufactory closes, and all rights are left to the family.
Christian Elving acquires all rights and drawings from the Danish Porcelain Manufactory – Lyngby Porcelæn.
Bonbonniere is relaunched.
The Lyngby Vase is relaunched as the No. 1 icon of Lyngby Porcelæn.
The new Rhombe dinner service goes into production.
The Rosendahl Design Group acquires Lyngby Porcelæn.