Set of Five Dutch Delft Plates Hand Painted Circa 1800 Diameters 9″ and 12.25″


This group of five hand painted Dutch Delft polychrome plates makes a lovely set.
Each plate features a flower-filled garden scene in the center with predominant blue, green, and yellow.
Touches of orange, iron red, and manganese add to the visual interest of the five plates.
Each of the borders shows a repeating floral form.

Dimensions: The 1 2.25″ Delft charger was made circa 1770. The Delft plates were made circa 1800.

Condition: Excellent with small edge frits invisibly restored

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Background of Delft

The origins of Delft are found in the Middle East. Tin ash was used in a glaze for pottery as early as the 9th century in Mesopotamia. Using white glaze over a dark or buff-colored pottery body created a “canvas” on which painters could show brilliant colors that did not appear well on the earlier pottery’s darker bodies.

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