Talk:Blue Swords

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Needs copyediting[edit]

User:Uwe Langer added some to this (yay!), but it needs a bit of copyediting. I don't understand what is meant by, "It is named after the the sign of the famous porcelain from Meissen". The sign? Is the porcelain blue?

Also, it seems the event is held every two years, but the article says it's an annual event. Anyone know what's up here? --Fang Aili talk 18:15, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

It was helt in the past annually. However it was not always selected to be a Junior Grand Prix. Every porcelain item from Meissen is marked with the Blue Swords. I am sorry, I am not good at legal English. Possibly the "Blue Swords" are the trade mark. The sign "Blue Swords" is blue. I will add the image of it. In the long run I will certainly add more. It was not on my focus so far, sorry. Uwe Langer 18:23, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Sorry can not add the image. You find that here: [1] Uwe Langer 18:26, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Cool. No problem about your English--I would be worse if I tried writing in German. :) --Fang Aili talk 19:01, 28 May 2006 (UTC)