Dutch Orange, Blue & White Royal Delft Liberation Plate - 1945. The Netherlands will Revive


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The tin glazed earthenware plate decorated in shades of blue with a flooded Dutch landscape with shining sun behind a fence with barb wire. Surrounded with the text:
NEDERLAND ZAL HERRIJZEN.   5 MEI 1945.  (The Netherlands will revive.  End of World War II.) in a rim with orange-coloured stylized flowers as symbol for the Royal Family
(House of Orange.)                     
‚Ä®Plate designed by Marijnissen. (1920-1958.   Painter & Designer)
Signed on the back in underglaze blue for:
DE PORCELEYNE FLES  -  ROYAL DELFT
DELFT - HOLLAND & BO = 1945.
Painter’s initials:  JS = Jean Henri Schuilenburg  
Employment dates:     17 June    1895 - 1948
Literature:
This item is shown in Rick Erickson - Royal Delft Page 140 - Fig.11-56      


Diam.:  22,5 cm.  (8,9 inches.)                 
Weight: 408 grams. 


Material
Hand Painted Earthenware
Reference
M.3175
Price
Price on request
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