18th Century Polychrome Delft Charger, Dutch

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18th Century Polychrome Delft Charger, Dutch

1,200.00

A fine Dutch delft large platter or charger, circa third quarter of the 1700s, tin-glazed earthenware, a variation of the four hearts pattern, painted in four-color polychrome enamels, the central scenic depicting a fantasy bird perched on a trellis in a Chinese garden, framed in a double-lined blue ring and surrounded by a broad border with four segmented radial symmetry, comprising four ogee shaped reserves with stylized florals, alternating with four pine cones in rust red on a ground of olive green stylized lotus leaves, marked on the reverse with an IPK monogram, possibly for Jacob Pynacker.

SKU: 1229

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