Set of Five Late 18th Century Delft Peacock Blue and White Plates

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Set of Five Late 18th Century Delft Peacock Blue and White Plates

2,100.00

An assembled collection of five Dutch Delft tinglazed earthenware of various sizes, all in the Peacock pattern, circa second half 1700s, marked for De Porceleyne Klaauw (The Claw workshop) except one plate marked BP for De Vergulde Blompot (The Gilded Flower Pot workshop) – each painted in cobalt blue with vase and peacock feather pattern encircled with a broad border of chinoiserie and trimmed with an orange rim. Good condition. No apparent damage other than minor rim glaze abrasion, no apparent restoration.

SKU: 1711 D

Dimensions:
Small: 6 1/2 Round x 1 1/2 H
Medium: 9 3/8 Round x 1 1/2 H
Large: 13 7/8 Round x 2 1/3 H

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