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European Art Pottery2094 of 2115A Kennemerland Kannetje vase  by Gellings.My Grandma's Elephant Bowl
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    Posted 13 years ago

    debbie698542
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    i purchased this vase & plate at a yard sale and would like to learn more about it on the bottom of the vase & plate its marked 18th century europa any information would be greatly appericated

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    1. curiousgoose, 12 years ago
      Hi, I don't know much about it but I do know the bowl is the scene from Tam O' Shanter and The Witches. It's based on a poem from the 1700's where a man stays too long at a tavern and encounters witches on his way home. One side is the tavern scene and the other side is him fleeing on his horse with a witch flying behind him holding onto his horses tail. He's trying to get across the bridge because he knows witches won't cross water. I had a pitcher and bowl set and the handle of the bowl was the horses tail grasped in a very creepy hand!

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