TWO DUTCH DELFT PANCAKE PLATES | FIRST-HALF 18TH CENTURY
decorated with the same scene of Chinese bogu (precious objects and antiques), in blue and white and colours respectively, including a vase containing flowers, tied scrolls, incense burner, brush pot and teapot, the blue and white example with blue PAK mark for Pieter Adriaensz Kocx, owner of the De Grieksche A (The Greek A) factory, the polychrome example with a blue axe mark for De Porceleyne Bijl (The Porcelain Axe) factory,
22.5cm., 8 ⅞ in. and 23cm., 9in. diameter
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The polychrome plate with glaze gloss to rim, and a few shallow rim chips. The blue and white plate with a few small glaze chips to rim only.
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the polychrome example, W. Gruter collection, bearing paper label inscribed No. 4321.