Four hand painted blue and white Dutch delft tiles joined with grout on a soft board in the manner in which they would have appeared on a wall. Roughly 10 ¼ x 10 ½ inches (26 x 27 cm). Minor damage at the edges.
An Oude Loosdrecht porcelain soup plate with an off-center bouquet in the bowl, scattered flowers and a molded lip picked out in blue. The gilt rim is slightly shaped. Marked on the bottom in underglaze blue with the initials M.O.L. and incised with numbers, letters and a star. 9 ½ inches (24 cm) diameter.
Condition: A fairly substantial chip to the rim on one side and a small under the rim chip on the other. Stack wear, especially around the border between the lip and the bowl...
An Oude Loosdrecht plate with a modest bouquet of hand painted flowers in the center of the well, sprigs of flowers here and there, a molded lip with the molding picked out in blue and a gilt edge. Marked on the bottom with the initials M.O.L. with a star and incised with a star, letters and numbers. 9 ¾ inches (24.8 cm) diameter.
Condition: the most serious damage is a visible chip on the rim. There is also a tiny one below the rim...
Charming coffee cans, decorated with various birds in bright and lively colours, the style typical of the last years of the Amstel factory, 1809-1814. There are three cans. The saucers are from the period, but not belonging - the original saucers probably had corresponding birds in the center. Height "2 ¼ / 6.2 cm, diameter of saucers "5 ¼ / 13 cm. Condition: some wear to the gilt of the upper rim to two of the cups.
A beautifylly decorated European pottery dish dating to around 18th-19th cent, probably of Dutch origin?
The dish with low, widened walls and a foliated rim.
Center of the interior is decorated with a depiction motif of a Tulip
Size: 20-20,5 cm. in diameter.
Condition: Choice with wear for age and type. On the base the initials LP are incised.
A Westerwald Stoneware Tankard.
The body with incised and impressed decoration.
The neck with applied masks.
Height; 7" (17.5 cm).
Condition; chip to upper upper rim, minor small chips to rim.
Slightly distorted in the firing.
A similar example is in 'The American Pilgrim Museum' Leiden.
Fragments of this type have been excavated in Plymouth Massachusetts at the site of the colony founded by the Mayflower Pilgrims in 1620.
Also at the slightly ea...
Dutch Delft Pottery thick Polychrome painted Plate, 18th Century, 9" diameter, 1 1/4" high, with garden scene. There are some chips around the rim, glaze is crazed.
A rare handpainted Majorlica or Faiance tankard, depicting a landscape with a mill, polychrome, Hannoversch-Munden, Germany, later 18th. century AD.
Tankards this massive with such nice painting from this period are rare!
Size: Approx 20 cm. tall and 20 cm. wide across the handle - s a really massive mug that could have contained at least a liter...
A scarce little blue and white faiance jug (redware), likely Dutch, 17th. century.
Size: 11,2 cm. tall.
Condition: Choice for the early type, handle possibly reattached, some very thin hairline visible under a glass.
Provenance: The Estate of Carl-Johan Hummeltoft (1958-2020), Birkerød, Denmark. Carl-Johan was a vivid collector and among other areas, he held an impressive collection of early European pottery and metal items.
A Delft blue and white mid 18th century plate with a flower basket in Chinese Kangxi style surrounded by a “Kraak” border, the rim yellow glazed. Diameter "9 / 23 cm. Condition: rim frits, the border with repair and associated hairline (cf. pics). Price: $120, including worldwide registered / trackable shipping
A Dutch Delft Jardiniere.Of flaring square form.
Each side decorated with prunus in the Kakiemon style. Mid 18thC. Height: 11.2 cm. Condition: glaze frits and chip 1.2 cm in rim
A 13 3/8 inch (34 cm) diameter Dutch delft blue and white charger depicting a vase with a pedestal base in the center and an elaborate chinoiserie border on the outer lip. 18th century more likely earlier than later.
Condition; major chunk out of left edge replaced but discernable by discoloration of the paint over. Losses along the edge all around the dish.
A 13 5/8 inch (34.5 cm) diameter blue and white delft charger with Chinese style decoration in the center depicting a rock with flowers on a ground with other plants. Crossing lines with dots between, surround the well and also on the outer edge of the lip. Dutch 18th century.
Condition: a fair bit of wear to the glaze, a chip on the rim with glaze losses and other smaller losses around the rim.
Five Delft polychrome wall plates in the Peacock pattern, a stylized mix of flowers and feathers very much “en vogue” in Delft of the 18th century. They all have a claw mark in under-glaze blue to the base, for De Klauw, the legendary Delft faience manufacture of the period. However, the Peacock pattern saw a renewed popularity around 1900 when these plates were probably made. Diameter "8/ 20 cm. Condition: fine.
A Dutch Delft blue and white wall tile hand painted with a rabbit seated and eating. The animal is surrounded by a circle of a wavy line with dots in the wave troughs. Flowers fill the corners. It is 5 1/8 inches (13 cm) square about ½ inch (1.2 cm) tall. The red clay sides are beveled so that the back is slightly smaller than the front...
A Dutch Delft hand painted wall tile depicting a rabbit pushing off on its hind legs in motion to the left with its ears and tail high. The animal is surrounded by a circle of a wavy line with dots in the wave troughs. Flowers fill the corners. It is 5 1/8 inches (13 cm) square about ½ inch (1.2 cm) tall. The red clay sides are beveled so that the back is slightly smaller than the front...
A hand painted blue and white tile of a wolf, at least that is what it looks like though the head is a little odd, in profile running to the left. The animal is surrounded by a circle of a wavy line with dots in the wave troughs. Flowers fill the corners. It is 5 1/8 inches (13 cm) square about ½ inch (1.2 cm) tall. The red clay sides are beveled so that the back is slightly smaller than the front...
A blue and white hand painted wall tile of a dog rising up on its hind legs. The animal is surrounded by a circle of a wavy line with dots in the wave troughs and flowers in the corners. It is 5 1/8 inches (13 cm) square about ½ inch (1.2 cm) tall. The red clay sides are beveled so that the back is slightly smaller than the front...