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European Art Pottery1349 of 2070PZH Plates - Gouda Dutch, company closed in 1963, not sure what yr they were madeUnusual & Rare RStK Vase that Grows over time
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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I am helping a friend identify some items in her collection. We are having a difficult time identifying the maker of this vase and cups. I appreciate any information you can provide!

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 8 years ago
      Dutch pieces but by the Arnhemsche Faïencefabriek.

      The Arnhemsche Faïencefabriek was one of the leading factories of what is called GOUDA Pottery. Founded in 1903 by the famous brothers Jacob and Klaas Vet who were educated at the Brantjes factory in Purmerend and Distel in Amsterdam, their company produced beautiful ornamental pottery.

      These pieces probably date to the 1920's. The factory closed in 1928.

      This vase is marked at the bottom with an underglaze factory mark: a cockerel and ARNHEM. Over the glaze are the painters initial HB (intertwined) and mould numbers 81 & 99.

    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 8 years ago
      I think the pattern is called "Marantha".

      The shapes were designed by Klaas Vet.
      The Marantha decor was designed by Philip van Praag, who worked with them from 1913 en 1917 as a designer.
    3. newleafsmm, 8 years ago
      Thank you very much!

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