Rare Vintage Dutch Royal Delft Delsepia Hand Painted Charger with the V.O.C. Trade Vessel De Amsterdam - 1975


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The earthenware charger decorated in the 17th century tradition in sepia with the V.O.C. sailing vessel  AMSTERDAM. (Spiegelretourschip), Built in 1748 and stranded on his first voyage in 1749 on the coast of Hastings (U.K.) A replica is built in 1980 and now part of the Amsterdam Maritime Museum. The rim with stylized ornaments. Signed on the back in underglaze brown  for:

DE PORCELEYNE FLES - ROYAL  DELFT

DELFT - HOLLAND & CU  = 1975

Painter’s initials: MVT = M. van Tol. 

Employment dates: 1963 - 1988

 

Diam.: 35,5 cm. (14 inches.)

 

DELSEPIA

Delsepia is the name used for the Porceleyne Fles pieces painted in sepia tones and  produced between 1973 and 1976..The decoration was by the factory’s painter  E.M. Glaudemans, who typically painted the pieces in a 17th century style.  Tile plates and dishes were made in Delsepia, but production was limited and pieces are very difficult to find.

 


Material
Hand Painted Earthenware
Reference
M.1640
Price
Price on request
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