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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.
Polychrome Sheep Tureen
Delft, circa 1770
Delftware tureens modeled as animals may have been created as more permanent and palatable replacements for real-life examples and represented the trophy of a hunt.