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923. Polychrome and Gilded Plate

3.800,00

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: 22.5 cm. (8.8 in.)

Delivered in its custom box

Plate hanger and stand included

Out of 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 within a whorl-edged roundel with a tall vase of peonies between two birds perched either on grass above an unfurled scroll or on a ledge beside a small- er beaker of flowers, the rim with a border of foliate lappets and scrolls.

DIMENSIONS:

Diameter: 22.5 cm. (8.8 in.)

SIMILAR EXAMPLES:

A similarly marked plate in this pattern is illustrated by Van Aken-Fehmers, Delfts Aardewerk, Vol. II, pp. 288 and 300, no. 94; and Fourest, Delftware, p. 117, no. 111. Another with blue lappets in the border and the mark of Pieter Adriaensz. Kocx is illustrated by De Jonge, Oud-Nederlandsche Majolica, pl. VIII.

PROVENANCE:

The Dr. Günther Grethe Collection, Hamburg

CONDITION:

  • Rim abrasions
  • One chip of 15 x 5 mm
  • Overall in good condition

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 35 x 35 x 10 cm

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