'The Sermon of Duifhuis' according to tradition represents Huibert Duifhuis, a formerly Catholic priest, preaching in the St. Jacobskerk in Utrecht, following his conversion to the Dutch Reformed Church in 1578.
A related plaque in the collection of the Fries Museum, Leeuwarden is illustrated by C.H. de Jonge, Oud Nederlandsche Majolica en Delftsch Aardewerk, Amsterdam, 1947, p. 187 ill. 162 and in Mededelingenblad Vrienden van de Nederlandse Ceramiek, nr.54, March 1969, p. 31 pl. 50. The same scene in mirror image appears on a charger dated 1744 in the Evenepoel Collection, Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Brussels, and illustrated by J. Helbig, Faiences Hollandaises, Volume I, Brussels, no date, p. 197 fig. 146.