11 November 2003
A Delft noir chinoiserie floral tea caddy
1688-1713, marked in red with L and oblique F above vertical enumeration: 5 1 6 - 8 for Louwijs Victorsz at de Dobbelde Schenckan
The slightly flaring rectangular body enhanced with two panels depicting a parrot perched on blooming chrysanthemum branches, divided with a blue border from two panels depicting branches en suite, the slightly domed shoulders with meandering branches, the short upright cylindrical neck with a blue band
10 cm. high
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See A. Vecht, Het wondere zwart van Delft, Gemeentemusea Willet Holthuysen, Amsterdam, cat. 322, 24th of november 1962 - 15th of january 1963, for Louwijs Victorsz.
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