20 - 21 November 2007
A blue and white plate
After a Delft prototype, depicting two groups of European figures in a Dutch landscape with windmills, trees and birds in flight, minor rim chip, frits
27 cm. diam.
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A similar plate is illustrated in B. Harrisson, Keramiek uit Azië, Museum Het Princessehof, Leeuwarden, 1985, p.93, fig. 104; and Howard and Ayers, China for the West, 1978, fig.41.
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