To celebrate 10 years, Royal Copenhagen has added pieces to its super-successful and super-beautiful Blue Mega line. I love this pattern; I love the story behind it too. In case you've never heard how Blue Mega came about: Karen Kjældgaard-Larsen, a design student working on her final project at the time, went about modernizing Royal Copenhagen's iconic Blue Fluted pattern, the company's first porcelain dinner service (it debuted in 1775!) and the very same service the young Danish designer had grown up with. She made it modern by blowing up the details that she loved. After graduation, she approached Royal Copenhagen with her design. Two years later, Blue Mega was in production and was an instant hit. The new pieces that celebrate its 10th birthday include a footed bowl, cake stand, lidded tureen, and baby set.
These pieces are available via the International version of the Royal Copenhagen site now, but haven't yet made their North American debut.