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Posted 5 years ago

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As you can see, there are a few new editions by Piet Knepper.
Still looking for more simple tho unconventional pieces from the 50s, 60s & 70s.


  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
    Don't they look great together! Love Mobach!
  2. AmberRose AmberRose, 5 years ago
    Wow wow wow!
  3. cobaltcobold cobaltcobold, 5 years ago
    They are really great! Tell me a little more about Mobach.
  4. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 5 years ago
    Magnificent collection!!! : )

    Bellin68 has a mystery pitcher and ice bucket. I thought that you might have an idea. Here's a link. Thanks!!


  5. GlasswareGuy GlasswareGuy, 5 years ago
    MOBACH is the grand family of Dutch ceramics. In one form or another the Mobach family has
    been involved in ceramics for eight generations. The Mobachs were a family of weavers who
    suffered greatly during the economic depression of the French occupation of Holland (1795-1813).
    Jaan Pieter Mobach (1766-1826) was forced to abandon his trade and obtained work with the
    Kremer family, who produced ceramic pipes and roof tiles, as well as utilitarian kitchenware.
    For three generations the Mobachs worked for the Kremer family, rising to the top management.
    In 1884, Jaan Pieters Mobach (1826-1898) had a falling out with the Kremer family and founded
    Mobach Pottenbakker in Bolsward. In 1895 the family ceramics business was moved to Utrecht.
    The eighth generation, Kasper Mobach (b 1961), continues the family tradition today.
  6. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 5 years ago
    very beautiful display!!

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