3 October 2006
A Loosdrecht lilac-ground ornithological part coffee and tea service
CIRCA 1774, ONE TEABOWL INSCRIBED L3, THE COFFEE POT INSCRIBED 2
The lilac ground with various birds on landscape vignettes, comprising: a baluster coffee pot and cover with fighting roosters, 20 cm. high, a bullet-shaped teapot and cover, 17 cm. wide, a sugar bowl and cover, a teacaddy with arched shoulders, a slop bowl with two owls, 16.5 cm. diam., a pair of teabowls and saucers (some chips, the teapot restored, the slop bowl with a hairline crack) (12)
The late J.M. Noothoven van Goor, Arnhem.
Christie's, Amsterdam, 15 November 1989, lot 138-162.
The present owner.
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See W.J. Rust, Nederlands porselein, ill. 22, for other parts of this service from the collection of Dr. J.M. Noothoven van Goor, Arnhem.
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