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by Erwin Olaf by Marcel Wanders by Marcel Wanders Marcel Wanders designed a collection of ceramic vases for Moooi, all vases are produced and decorated at ' Royal Delft', a Dutch company dating back to 1653 and the original producer of the beautiful Delft Blue ceramics. Single slats were beaded on ropes to form 2 hinged surfaces, which could be transformed into a curved 3 dimensional object. GO TO PRODUCT PAGE by Bertjan Pot by Bertjan Pot A warm and friendly looking chair that protects you from the cold sensation of brushing against a bare steel frame… GO TO PRODUCT PAGE by Studio Job by Studio Job “The design of the carpet finds its origin in the nautical iconography.Originally Nynke Tynagel designed the pattern for the facade of a big building at the harbor of Rotterdam.Our suggestion is that if you can get a copy of the book, read up on delftware and get familiar with your pieces.

), is blue and white pottery made in and around Delft in the Netherlands and the tin-glazed pottery made in the Netherlands from the 16th century.

Delftware in the latter sense is one of the types of tin-glazed earthenware or faience in which a white glaze is applied, usually decorated with metal oxides.

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Stephen Van Hook, and "e Bay."The book "Discovering Dutch Delftware" is one of the best sources to help identify a large percentage of Dutch delftware in the market today.

It also provides some history into delftware production over the years, and the processes used.

The most highly-regarded period of production is about 1640–1740.

The manufacture of painted pottery spread from Antwerp to the northern Netherlands, in particular because of the sack of Antwerp by the Spanish troops in 1576 (the Spanish Fury).

It also forms part of the worldwide family of blue and white pottery, using variations of the plant-based decoration first developed in 14th century Chinese porcelain, and in great demand in Europe.

Delftware includes pottery objects of all descriptions such as plates, ornaments and tiles.

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