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D1858. Pair of Polychrome Figures of Prancing Horses

Delft, circa 1770

Each marked VDuyn in blue for Johannes van Duijn, the owner of De Porceleyne Schotel (The Porcelain Dish) factory from 1764 to 1772, or his widow Van Duijn- Van Kampen, the owner of the factory from 1772 to 1773

Each with a blue-spotted white hide, a delineated mane and tail, and wearing a blue saddle over a saddle blanket patterned with blue stippling and scroll motif, and modeled affronté with one foreleg and the opposite hind leg raised above the green top of the blue chamfered rectangular base, its sides decorated with floral scrollwork and the ends with a demi-flowerhead on a blue dotted ground.

Heights: 18.6 cm. (7.3 in.)

Provenance: The H.C. Bout Collection, Belgium

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