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Petit Feu Polychrome and Gilded Puzzle Jug
Delft, circa 1730
Through the centuries puzzle jugs have appeared in Italian, German, French and English ceramics […]. Although models from other countries are very uncommon, Dutch puzzle jugs are particularly rare. Dutch Delft examples can be found dating from the 1650s onward through the 18th century […] (read more)
Blue and White ‘Dragon’ Pattern Ovoid Jar and Cover
Delft, circa 1710
Unidentified IW mark in blue, probably for Theodorus (called Dirck) Witsenburgh, the owner of De Witte Ster (The White Star) factory from 1690 until his death in 1700, and then used presumably by his family as owners until 1705
Polychrome Hare Tureen
Delft, circa 1765
Zoomorphic tableware evolved from sugar or wax figures and bird-shaped pastries that decorated the Renaissance table.