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    Sale 2825

    The Decorative Arts Sale

    30 June - 1 July 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 323

    A Dutch Delft blue and white holy water stoup, wijwaterbakje

    CIRCA 1720, MARKED CK 2 2 PROBABLY FOR CORNELIS VAN DER KLOOT, OWNER OF DE DISSEL FACTORY FROM 1671-1697

    Price Realised  

    A Dutch Delft blue and white holy water stoup, wijwaterbakje
    Circa 1720, marked CK 2 2 probably for Cornelis van der Kloot, owner of De Dissel factory from 1671-1697
    For the Roman Catholic market, the shaped back moulded in relief with the figure of Christ on the Cross flanked by Mary and St. John the Baptist below an aperture pierced between IHS and the dove of the Holy Spirit, all on a ground of foliage, the demi lune container moulded with the 'Baptism of Christ and a pair of angels, some restorations
    39 cm. high


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    Literature

    D.& R. Aronson, Dutch Delftware, Amsterdam, 2003, p.14, nr.13