18th century Dutch Delft Charger

18th century Dutch Delft Charger
Circa 1780
A good sized 18th century dish from Vergulde BloemPot factory (Gilded Flower Pot) in Delft. The center is beautifully hand painted with a large urn and stylized flowers cascading from it.
On the reverse are initials B.P.


Delft is a tin-glazed earthenware, a form of Faience. Most of it is blue and white pottery, and the city of Delft in the Netherlands was the major centre of production, but the term covers wares with other colours, and made elsewhere. It is also used for similar pottery that it influenced made in England, but this should be called English Delftware to avoid confusion.

minor chips - fretting on the edge - star hair-line crack in the glaze on the reverse.

13.39 inches
Delftware pottery
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