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Blue and white oval barber’s bowl
Delft, circa 1760
From a simple oval or circular utilitarian metal form, barber’s bowls in Delftware developed throughout the eighteenth century into elegant rococo shapes.
Blue and White Teapot
Delft, circa 1730
In Holland, where tea was an exotic and expensive luxury and consumed sparingly, teapots were of a small size.
Polychrome Hare Tureen
Delft, circa 1765
Zoomorphic tableware evolved from sugar or wax figures and bird-shaped pastries that decorated the Renaissance table.