Pair of Delft Blue and White Chargers in the Theeboom Pattern Made circa 1770


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We are pleased to offer this pair of Dutch Delft blue and white chargers in the Theeboom pattern. They show a tea plant with fan shaped leaves and flowers.

This is one of the most beautiful patterns created for delft chargers in the 18th century. Which explains it’s popularity then and its desirability today. The decoration fills the well of the charger with cobalt blue. On the border are medallions and scroll designs with further cobalt blue.

The chargers have delicately scalloped edges which add another beautiful dimension. Both chargers in the pair have the “C:F” mark for Delft made under the supervision of Cornelis Fonteyne at the Old Moor’s Head factory (1770-1782).


10.15 inches diameter




$1680 for the pair

For an image of an identical plate and a discussion of its origins see: E B Schaap “delft Ceramics at the Philadelphia Museum of Art” pages 74 and 75. In the shop we also have a pair of larger chargers in this pattern (see 1stdibs item Ref LU866510878323) The price for the larger pair 13.5″ diameter, price $3,300, And we also have a single charger in this wonderful pattern, diameter: 13.5 inches, price: $1600.

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