5-Piece Polychrome Dutch Delft Garniture


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  • Comprising: three octagonal  baluster-form vases and covers  and a pair of octagonal beaker vases
  • Colors: blue, yellow, green, iron-red and manganese
  • Decoration: perched parrot and a dog within a molded blue cartouche issuing a large manganese flower head at the top and an iron-red flower at the bottom. The reverse with a large leafy branch. The covers painted with a landscape scene within the blue molded cartouche issuing a manganese demi- flowerhead on the front, a green leafy branch on the reverse, and surmounted by a manganese and green parrot pecking at a yellow fruit
  • Mark: each vase marked with a claw, L.S. and numeral 80 in manganese for Lambertus Sanderus, the owner of De Porseleine Klaauw (The Claw) factory from 1763 to 1806
  • Meurements: 25.5 ( 10" ) and 35.8 cm. ( 14.1" ) heights

 

Origin
Delft, The Netherlands
Material
Dutch Delft Earthenware
Reference
114-161

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