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922. Polychrome and Gilded Plate

4.200,00

Delft, circa 1715

Marked WK in iron-red probably for Willem Jacobusz. van der Kool, the owner of de Drie Porceleyne Flessies (The Three Porcelain Bottles) factory from 1702 to 1716 or his widow from 1717 to 1745. 

Diameter: 22.4 cm. (8.1 in.)

Delivered in its custom box

Plate hanger and stand offered 

In stock

Description

Delft, circa 1715

Marked WK in iron-red probably for Willem Jacobusz. van der Kool, the owner of de Drie Porceleyne Flessies (The Three Porcelain Bottles) factory from 1702 to 1716 or his widow from 1717 to 1745.

Painted in the center with a butterfly surrounded by four cranes in flight within ruyi-head lappets alternating with floral and foliate-scroll devices, the rim with a cell diaper and blossom border interrupted with four panels of butterflies.

DIMENSIONS:

Diameter: 22.4 cm. (8.8 in.)

PROVENANCE:

The Dr. Günther Grethe Collection, Hamburg

CONDITION:

  • Rim abrasions
  • One repaired chip of 30 x 5 mm.
  • One repaired chip of 14 x 4 mm.
  • One repaired chip of 14 x 3 mm.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 35 × 35 × 10 cm

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