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670

PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

A pair of Dutch Delft polychrome octagonal double gourd vases, circa 1700
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 2,500 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
670

PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

A pair of Dutch Delft polychrome octagonal double gourd vases, circa 1700
Estimate
1,0001,500
LOT SOLD. 2,500 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

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A pair of Dutch Delft polychrome octagonal double gourd vases, circa 1700
attributed to the De Paauw (The Peacock) factory, painted in blue, yellow and green with dragons among foliage, with lambrequin and stiff leaf borders; and a small pear-shaped vase in the same palette with flowering plants, 
21.8cm., 8 5/8 in. and 13.4cm., 5 1/4 in. high
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Catalogue Note

Whilst it is difficult to attribute the vases to a factory on the basis of the colour palette, this minimal colour scheme is recorded on pieces marked for the De Paauw (Peacock) factory; including a three vase garniture in the musée national de l’Hôtel Sandelin, Saint-Omer, published by Christine Lahaussois, Delft - Faïence, Paris, 2008, p. 69, fig. 3. A plate marked for the De Paauw factory, and a bottle vase decorated in this palette are illustrated by Robert D. Aronson and Eveline Brouwers, Dutch Delftware, Timeless Elegance, Amsterdam, 2012, pp. 36-39, nos. 22-24.

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