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    Sale 2797

    Anton Philips, Entrepreneur & Connoisseur

    6 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 41

    A pair of Delft doré chinoiserie waisted small beaker vases and a Delft doré chinoiserie small Rolwagen vase

    1701-1722, MARKED FOR PIETER KOCX, DE GRIEKSCHE A, THE PAIR ALSO WITH NO 3

    Price Realised  

    A pair of Delft doré chinoiserie waisted small beaker vases and a Delft doré chinoiserie small Rolwagen vase
    1701-1722, MARKED FOR PIETER KOCX, DE GRIEKSCHE A, THE PAIR ALSO WITH NO 3
    Of octagonal section, the pair of vases painted with birds flying over blooming chrysanthemum branches issuing from rockwork and flanked by fences, with blue-ground upper border, the foot with trelliswork,
    (glaze losses to upper rims) 13 cm. high, the Rolwagen vase with flowering branches within bands of lambrequins, the upper border with ammonite scrolls, the foot with a band of twisted rope (chips to upper rim), 13.1 cm. high (3)


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