Antique Dutch Blue & White Royal Delft Landscape Charger. After Du Chattel - 1912.


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The tin glazed earthenware rimmed charger decorated in shades of blue in the centre with a winter landscape with a row trees on a canal and on the end a castle. Under left: naar F.J. du Chattel. After a painting by Fredericus Jacobus van Rossum du Chattel. (Leiden 1856 - 1917  Yokohama – Japan.) He painted a lot near the river Vecht in the state Utrecht.

Signed on the bottom in underglaze blue for:

DE PORCELEYNE FLES - ROYAL  DELFT  

DELFT - HOLLAND & AH = 1912

Two painters worked on this "Painting on Clay"

Painter’s initials: VP = Petrus Franciscus Vreeswijk. Employment dates: 19 Oct. 1885 - 1934.

Painter’s initials: PD = Petrus Leonardus Dijkman. Employment dates: 11 April 1882 - 1922 

Literature: 

This item is shown in: Royal Delft a guide to the Porceleyne Fles by Rick Erickson Page 117 - Fig.10-33. Other chargers after Du Chattel are shown on Page 123 & 124  - Fig. 10-51 & 53

 

Diam.:   40,8 cm. (16,1 inches.)

Weight: 1.989 grams.

 


Material
Hand Painted Earthenware
Reference
M.1265
Price
Price on request
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