27 June 2005
TWO DUTCH DELFT SMALL BLUE AND WHITE VASES
THE FIRST 1701-1722, DE GRIEKSCHE A, No. 6 (?) APK MONOGRAM FOR PIETER ADRIANUS KOCX OR HIS HIS WIDOW JOHANNA VAN DER HEUL, THE SECOND CIRCA 1710-20
The first a reeded sleeve-vase with a waisted neck, painted with flowering branches alternating with lappets, between lappet and foliate borders; the second a double-gourd vase, painted with flower-sprays below a border of lappets enclosing oval panels with imitation Chinese characters, the upper part with pendant foliage below a band of clouds (both with chip to body, first vase with chipping to rims, second vase with very slight chipping to upper rim)
7 1/8 in. (18.2 cm.) and 8¼ in. (21 cm.) high (2)
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For a similar sleeve-vase, see Marion S. van Aken-Fehmers op. cit., Vol. I, p. 110, no. 19.
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