A GROUP OF DUTCH DELFT CONDIMENT DISHES | 18TH CENTURY
Comprising a Dutch Delft doré trencher salt, painted in the imari palette with flowers, 7.6cm., 3in. wide;
a polychrome spice box, of rectangular form with three compartments, with lambrequin borders, iron-red PAK mark for Pieter Adriaensz Kocx, owner of the de grieksche A (the greek a) factory, 11cm., 4 3/8 in. wide;
a blue and white heart-shaped sweetmeat dish, painted with a central vase within lambrequin borders, 12.3cm., 4 7/8 in. long;
a blue and white rectangular sweetmeat dish, painted with flowers and leaves, with a brown edged rim, blue D over numeral 10 mark, 13.5cm., 5 1/4 in. wide;
and a pair of Dutch Delft petit feu small shell-shaped pickle dishes, with a goat under a tree in a fenced garden, with a diaper panelled band at the rim, embossed '=B' marks, 8cm., 3 1/8 in. long.
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The trencher salt, with flat glaze chip to rim.
The spice box with some glaze chipping to rim.
The heart-shaped dish, with two flat chips to the underside edge of the rim, a faint hairline crack to the rim.
The rectangular dish, some fritting to well of dish, small rim chips.
The pair of pickle dishes in good condition.
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