Nieuw Delft decanter

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Nieuw Delft small decanter

As the name suggests, this was a completely new product in terms of decoration and manufacture. Based on a technique developed by H.W. Mauser, the dark-firing clay was first coated with a white engobe layer upon which the painted decoration was applied. The decorations were designed by Leon Senf, who had been inspired by this series by patterns on Persian pots dating from the 12th and 13th centuries. At the beginning of 1910, the colors used were blue, green and red, whereas by the end of that year metallic decorations (Nieuw Delft lustre) and bicolor decorations (mainly blue and turquoise) had also been introduced.

This artwork dates from 1931 and originates from Delft, the Netherlands.

Height: ca. 14 cm (ca. 5.5 in.)

The vase underwent small restoration.

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Artikelnummer ND.01.008
Land Nederland
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