5 May 2004
(4) A Dutch Delft blue and white inkstand
CIRCA 1765, BLUE LPK MARK IN THE STAMP BOX FOR DE PORCELEYNE LAMPETKAN FACTORY
Of rectangular rococo form, the upper tier with a stamp box, the cover previously fitted as a taperstick, the nozzle now replaced with a hat-form finial, the lower tier fitted with two removeable inkwells quill stands and a sander, the whole painted in blue on a pale blue ground with a combination of geometric patterns, the edges moulded with foliate scrolls extending into feet
21.8 cm long (4)
Collection de Mr. Max Kann.
With Aronson Antiquairs, Amsterdam.
The present owner.
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