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Royal Delft Experience

Visit the Royal Delft Experience

Royal Delft is the last remaining earthenware factory from the 17th century. Here the renowned Delft Blue is still entirely hand painted according to centuries-old tradition. At the Royal Delft Experience you will discover the complete history and production process of Royal Delftware. Here, you can feel our painters’ passion during a painting demonstration, admire our Delftware museum collection and wander through the factory where craftsmen are busy producing the products.

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Presented at Masterly

Augmented Blueware

On show from 17 April during Masterly, the Dutch in Milano.

Just imagine, an exclusive tableware collection for you with precisely the same decoration as your own Delft Blue vase. Royal Delft, FLEX/design, and TWNKLS|Augmented Reality made it happen, thanks to their close collaboration and fusion of expertise. Discover more about this innovative concept here

Extraordinary anniversary

365 Years of Blue

In 2018 it is the 365th anniversary Royal Delft. During the whole year activities will be organised to celebrate this extraordinary event. Each day we will ask one visitor to take part in a large tile scene and from 28 March to 30 September the exhibtion Nouveau Blue is on show. Check the site regulary to stay up-to-date on all the activities!

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New tableware

Peacock Symphony

Peacock Symphony

A new tableware collection from the master painters at Royal Delft. Inspired by the peacock bird that symbolizes beauty, pride and dignity, this collection transforms your table into a true paradise. Peacock Symphony by Royal Delft is versatile tableware suitable for everyday dining as well as formal dinners.

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Handmade since 1653

The craftsmanship of Royal Delft

The craftsmanship of Royal Delft

Handmade since 1653

Royal Delft is the only Delft manufacturer of Delft Blue since the 17th century.
To this day Royal Delft uses the same method of producing which nowadays is the international standard of Delft Blue.

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