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    Posted 6 years ago

    btroz
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    Trying to figure out what year these were made and what is the proper name for them like pitcher, jug or tobacco jar.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      Oud Delft (Nijmegen, Waddinxveen), 1920-1996.

      They were taken over by the Delftsche Huys in 1995.

      "The Oud Delft company was founded by Roelof Elshout in 1920 in Nijmegen and in 1996 it moved to Waddinxveen where it still manufactures earthenware products, mainly commemorative and promotional. The Oud mark can confuse people into mistaking it for the real Royal Delft. This particular mark is the hand-painted one used from 1940 to 1968. Between the letters "OUD", a representation of a potters wheel. Other marks are thought to be date and artists marks."
      http://www.goudadesign.co.uk/collectorsgallery17.html

      A pitcher in Dutch is called a 'Kruik'.
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
      Oud Delft Kruik met Tinnen Klepdeksel.

    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 6 years ago
      The first one looks like a syrup pitcher, but it’s hard to tell by the size. If it’s bigger, maybe for hot chocolate? The other looks like a cruet for oil/vinegar, which probably translates to “kruik” as vetra050 mentioned

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