You might have noticed this piece a few weeks ago on Auction Watch....I picked it up a few weeks later, as for some reason no one had purchased it. I guess it is not to everyone's taste but I think it is a great example of a more traditional Fajance technique.
It is by Berte Jessen Koehle for Royal Copenhagen in the 1960's - an Hors D'Ouevre or Canape or Oyster platter, with beautifully detailed handpainted bird motifs.
The glaze is the most delicate hint of mother-of-pearl about it - especially noticeable on the back of the piece. It is about 27cm diameter and I think would make the most amazing wall plate in the right decor. The sort of piece that the longer you look at the more you admire it :)