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PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

Three Dutch Delft blue and white and polychrome plates, mid-18th century
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PROPERTY FROM THE JOSEPH. M. MORPURGO COLLECTION.

Three Dutch Delft blue and white and polychrome plates, mid-18th century
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Three Dutch Delft blue and white and polychrome plates, mid-18th century
one painted with a figure in blue inscribed 'Le Roy' 'de Maroc', 'no 18', floral scroll border; a pancake plate with a figure picked out in yellow, inscribed 'Larc(?)' 'glois', 'no 4', lambrequin border, both with blue PAK marks for Pieter Adriaensz Kocx, owner of the De Grieksche A (The Greek A) factory; the third plate painted with a portrait of William IV, Prince of Orange, inscribed 'VIVAT', 'ORANGE', 'AN..W.KH.F..P.V.O.R..NO.', 'E.S.H.D.', 'K.G.R.A.R', and dated 1750,
數量: 3
22cm., 8 5/8 in. to 23.7cm., 9 3/8 in. diameter
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來源

The Larc glois plate, Armin Brand Allen collection (paper label);
sold Sotheby's New York, 11th October 1995, lot 266.

相關資料

A number of dishes of this type have survived in collections of French museums. Four dishes from a series numbered and titled ‘Scaramouche’, ‘La Comedienne Itielienne’, ‘Le vendeur de Melon’, and ‘Capitaine François’ are published by Christine Lahaussois, Faïences de Delft, Paris, 1998, p. 48, cat. nos. 264-267.The melon seller dish is published by Henry-Pierre Fourest, Les faïences de Delft, Paris, 1957, p. 110, pl. XXVIII, no. 1.; Henry-Pierre Fourest, Delftware, Faience production at Delft, London, 1980, p. 79, no. 65. Lahaussois, op. cit., 1998, publishes a dish painted with a figure titled ‘La hongrois’, no. 268, both that dish and the present King of Morocco dish may take as their source engravings by M. Ogier after P. Seuin in Sieur De La Croix's Nouvele Metode Pour Apprendre la Geographie ..., 1717, or, Le Hay and Charles de Ferriol's Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levant, gravees sur les tableaux peints d'apres nature en 1707 & 1708 par l'ordre de M. de Ferriol, Ambassadeur du Roi a la Porte; et mis au jour en 1712 & 1713 par les soins de M. Le Hay, printed in Paris in 1714.

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