2 November 2005
A Dutch Delft mixed technique trompe l'oeil covered tureen and stand
Bramenterrine or confiturier, the bowl modelled as eight flaring green leaves, the domed cover as a heap of berries surmounted by leaves, the stand en suite decorated with six scattered berries in relief surrounded by green leaves, the shaped border blue and white (the berry finial restuck)
12.3 cm. high (3)
Dutch Delft from the Collection of the late A. Vromen Jr., Christie's Laren, The Netherlands, 24 October 1979, lot 2902.
The present owner.
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Jkvr. C.H. de Jonge, 'Een particuliere verzameling Delfts aardewerk', (Collectie A.Vromen Jr.), Mededelingenblad Vrienden van de Nederlandse Ceramiek, 1967, nr. 48, p. 59.
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