A group of late 18th-century blue and white Dutch Delft dishes with beautiful blue designs. Dutch Delft works well within a contemporary or traditional home. We think this collection of chargers would be an especially great statement on a gallery, dining room, or living room wall.
In the back of the image is a pair of chargers with lobed edges. These chargers feature a garden scene in the Theeboom pattern, showing a tea plant with a fan shaped bouquet of leaves and flowers. This is one of the most beautiful patterns created for 18th century Delft chargers. The pair of chargers dates to circa 1780 and has the mark of “The Claw.”
In front are a second pair of chargers also with lobed edges. They show a central design of a vase overflowing with flowers. These chargers also have the mark of “The Claw.”
The final pair in the collection are Delft pancake plates decorated with dragons, dating circa 1790. The mythical dragon in the center of these dishes is a rare motif on Delft plates. It has an open mouth, sharp teeth, and sharp claws. The figure of the dragon is surrounded by chrysanthemums and stylized vines which fill the well of each dish. The edge of the dish is painted with a brown colored slip.
This collection comprises:
1) Pair of chargers in Theeboom pattern, circa 1780, Dm 13.75 in., $3,300
2) Pair of chargers with vase of flowers, circa 1780, Dm 14 in., $3,300
3) Pair of pancake plates with dragons, circa 1790, Dm 9 in., $1,400
The special price for this entire group is $7,040.
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