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Delft Blue Charger - Antique Ceramics & Delft Blue (Dutch Delftware) | Van Nie Antiquairs
Античная Керамика & Delft Blue (Голландский Фаянс) | Ван Nie Antiquairs
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My grandmother had passed away the winter before I was married, and had a collection of delft. I used a vase just like the one on the left for a memorial arrangement that I put near the guestbook (just the "guest" pages from or Hallmark wedding album. I didn't buy a second guestbook).
Always love Delftware, growing up with it and it will always be part of me. Delftware vase
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One of the Delft flower holders at Dyrham. The painted decoration is derived from Chinese models, but the shapes are a Dutch Baroque invention. ©NTPL/John Hammond
Dutch Delftware flower vase with decoration inspired by Chinese porcelain, at Dyrham Park. ©NTPL/John Hammond
One of the Delft flower holders at Dyrham. The painted decoration is ...
delftware vase (not necessarily for tulips)
At Dyrham design by Daniel Marot
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This is the most creative use of Delftware porcelain plates. They would be amazing to use for a small dinner party.
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Normally I’m not into decorative porcelain plates, but I’m willing to make an exception for these ones by Maxime Ansiau.
Read More: http://decorationofhome.net/feng-shui-home/innovative-delftware-in-a-long-plate-collection-by-maxime-ansiau/ - Innovative Delftware In A Long Plate Collection by Maxime Ansiau - #FengShuiHome - #house #interiordesign #architecture #HomeDecoration Dutch artist Maxime Ansiau imagined a set of plates that combine well-known Netherlands porcelain and a unique view of how several plates can be combined into a long one. By conjoining several plates together, the
Maxime Ansiau, porcelain plate shapes stretched to accommodate a skyscraper
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Conjoined plates by Amsterdam-based artist, Maxime Ansiau.
decorative porcelain plates by Maxime Ansiau
Ceramics by artist Maxime Ansiau.
Delft blues? Maxime Ansiau
Caroline Vos - "delftware" porcelain heart.
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Ceramic anatomical heart -WANT! I didn't know if this should be under my cute and creepy board or my want board - dang
NO MAMES NO MAMES NO MAMES NO MAMES QUIERO YAAAA Ceramic anatomical heart -WANT! I didn't know if this should be under my cute and creepy board or my want board - dang
Flora - Fragile Hearts by Caroline Vos, via Behance. Digital art - Photoshop
MOSHITA — Fragile Hearts 3 Hearts illustrated for a Flora...
Ceramic anatomical heart. Its very breakable!!!
ceramic anatomical heart
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Antique Early English Delftware Pottery Shaving Bowl | From a unique collection of antique and modern bowls at www.1stdibs.com/...
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Een schaal/ scheer bekken gebruikt door een barbier . 18 de eeuw Delft
Antique Early English Delftware Pottery Shaving Bowl | 1stdibs.com
1674 English Delftware cup at the Museum of London, London - From the curators' comments: "From the 1660s to 1790s there were 18 delftware potteries along the banks of the Thames turning out over 1,000 tons per year of tin-glazed earthenware items for London households, taverns and coffee-houses. But delftware was not very durable and was eventually ousted by the new, technically superior Staffordshire creamwares and English porcelains."
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Cup From the 1660s to 1790s there were 18 delftware potteries along the banks of the Thames turning out over 1,000 tons per year of tin-glazed earthenware items for London households, taverns and coffee-houses. But delftware was not very durable and was eventually ousted by the new, technically superior Staffordshire creamwares and English porcelains. Read more Production Date: 1674 ID no: A10695
Very old Blue and White - 1674 English Delftware cup at the Museum of London, London
English delftware dish, 1638
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An English delftware jug has been found in East Malling, Kent, with a silver mount hallmarked 1550, which is presumed to be the earliest date of manufacture.
English delftware dish, 1638, probably by Richard Irons, Southwark, London (Victoria and Albert Museum)
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Great old bowl.
Dish, London. Date: 1680. Artist/Maker: Unknown. Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware (Delftware), painted. VandA Collection.
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Delftware dish painted with an image of General Monck on horseback, surrounded by decorative panels including Chinese figures in landscapes and floral motifs; an inscription. British (London), 1680.
Dish (1680) by unknown London artist. A mounted figure in armour holds a marshal's baton, probably General George Monck, Duke of Albemarle. Tin-glazed earthenware (Delftware), 53.3 cm diameter. via the Victoria & Albert Museum
Dish Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: 1680 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware (Delftware), painted Museum number: C.21-1966
1680 English Dish at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "A considerable number of large display dishes have survived the centuries. They show no signs of wear and were clearly intended for decoration. This example was possibly a comparatively inexpensive wedding present."
1680 London tin glazed earthenware Dish | V&A Search the Collections
1680 English Dish at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
London, England (made) Date: 1680 (made)
Antique English delftware charger 18th century decorated with a blue sponged bor...