26 January 2010,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 1,500
Estimate USD 800 - USD 1,200
A DUTCH DELFT IMARI MONOGRAMMED PLATE
DATED 1709, BLUE LE MONOGRAM/5/o FOR LOUWIJS VICTORSZ AT DE DOBBELDE SCHENCKAN
Painted with a central stylized lotus bloom surrounded by five small and five large petal shaped panels enclosing peony and reserved against a fretwork or trellis ground, one at the rim instead with initials WE above the date 1709, the underside with iron-red four-petal flowers or lozenges
9 in. (22.9 cm.) diameter
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