Antique Dutch Delft Plates, Pair

(The Netherlands, 18th Century)

Antique Dutch Delft Plates, Pair

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Superb pair of 18th-Century Dutch Delft plates. They are hand painted in traditional blue and white colors with a chinoiserie design inspired by Chinese imports available only to the wealthy.

DIAMETER: 9 in | HEIGHT: in

Category Faience
Period 18th Century
Style Chinoiserie
ConditionVery good

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CONDITION: antique condition, light wear commensurate w/age, normal fritting, chip to reverse

THB REF: 3221417777 DEALER REF: 1600036

Commentary

"During the Dutch Golden Age, the Dutch East India Company had a lively trade with the East and imported millions of pieces of Chinese porcelain in the early 17th century.[8] The Chinese workmanship and attention to detail impressed many. Only the richest could afford the early imports. Dutch potters did not immediately imitate Chinese porcelain; they began to do so after the death of the Wanli Emperor in 1620, when the supply to Europe was interrupted.[7] Delftware inspired by Chinese originals persisted from about 1630 to the mid-18th century alongside European patterns. Source - Wikipedia"

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